The vast trove of digital data we now seek to organize (yesterday’s article clippings and sticky notes) has slowly been tamed over the past several years. Many note-taking tools have been around for a long time – but those with a lot of versatility for collecting more than just text are now surging in popularity. Most prominent of those is Evernote. However, Microsoft’s OneNote has been slowly building a fan base, especially among PC-using Office adherents. In our opinion OneNote became functional and a viable alternative to Evernote in the Office 2013 release.
These two lead a category where one can save web articles, images, videos. PDF files and much more – organizing by notebooks and tags for later easy retrieval.