Daily Notes is a simple yet powerful note-taking app that lets you create and organize your notes, add and manage tasks, attach photos, PDFs, sketches and even voice recordings to your notes.

All your information is synced between your iPhone and iPad via iCloud or Evernote.

Watch how it works here:

Daily Notes is organized as a set of Tabs, each Tab having a page for every day. Think about Tabs as “folders” where all your notes, tasks, photos, PDFs, etc. are organized. Add a Tab for your Personal Journal, create several Tabs for different Work projects, add a Tab for your Research and more.

• Create multiple “Tabs” for your Work, Journal, Home, etc.
• Easily sort your notes into different “Tabs”
• Have numerous pages for your notes, for each day, under each “Tab”
• Attach photos/ sketches/ PDF documents to each page of your notes
• Set a password to secure your notes

• Bluetooth keyboard supported
• All Text Editor functionalities
• Improved Search and Outline function
• Highlight, bold, italize and underline notes
• Add time stamp instantly to your notes

• Categorize tasks according to your “Tabs” eg. for work, home, etc.
• Have an instant overview of pending tasks
• Schedule and create recurring tasks
• Share tasks and due dates via email

• Take notes while recording audio
• Add multiple recordings to your notes
• Pause and continue your recordings
• Can still record when device is locked

• Attach multiple photos to your notes
• Sketch right on the app and attach it to your notes
• Insert photos on sketches and annotate them
• Open-in and attach PDF documents, excel sheets, presentations and more to your notes

• Send your notes via Email or Evernote
• Print notes straight from your iPad or iPhone
• Sync data via Evernote or iCloud
• Backup information via iTunes or Dropbox

• used by entrepreneurs to keep separate tabs on projects, services, office work, employees, accounting, etc and creating separate tasks for each area, viewing all tasks at once by priority/date/time/order.
• used by C-level executives and business managers to manage multiple departments, keeping track of progress, discussions and decisions across multiple projects
• used by corporate workers as a work journal, to take notes at meetings and for their daily work to-do lists
• used by sales managers to keep track of dialogues, meeting notes, progress of projects, etc.
• used by law enforcement officers as a daily log app, tracking all cases, calls and reports
• used by teachers to keep track of their classes and meetings, keeping records of their student’s progress and activities
• used by students to create several notebooks for different subjects, to keep and organize PDF textbooks, photos, voice recordings and sketches
• used by writers to keep several files of stories, topics, character developments and more.
• used by homeschooling moms to keep track of lessons plans, budgets, weekly menus, to-do lists, personal journal
• used as a personal journal for traveling, archiving photos, keeping track of doctors appointments, compiling and organizing sermons, gardening logs and more
• use to keep track of purchases, attaching screenshots of ordered items, including invoice/order forms, receipts and any emails referring to the order
• use to increase productivity by organizing and keeping track of all the different areas of your life e.g. work, kids, your own business, remodelling activities, event planing and more
• use in documenting events that you want to recall at a later date

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Twitter: @DailyNotesApp

What’s New

Version 8.9.6

Fixed some minor bugs and crashes.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
152 Ratings

152 Ratings

Robhsmit ,

Crashing in iOS 12.2

I’ve used this app for several years and found it useful because of folder management and journaling life. When I updated my iPad Air 2 with 12.2 I am no longer able to get into the App. Once the App launches I see the interface for about 3 seconds before it crashes. Sadly I have no way to determine if my most current data has synced to Dropbox or iCloud. I have to see if I can get the data off the device through iTunes. I tried closing all Apps that were running and restart the iPad, but that didn’t work. I believe it is an issue with synching. While I enjoyed taking notes in this app, this experience has left me to review where I should be storing my thoughts and it might be better within a direct connection of documents in a cloud service.

Scotty DC ,

Most used app

I got this years ago on my first iPad. It syncs so, updates info with your phone. You set up tabs for whatever topics you want to work on. Notes, work, journal, ideas and anything you want. Then you open a tab to get your thought down, later open another tab, and so on. It even has a time stamp button. The real beauty of this app is when you go into the search mode. Maybe you want to look up vitamin C. It will show you everything you wrote about vitamin C and since it’s a calendar based entry, you can track yourself. I recommended this to a friend just now, and I told her that I literally use this every single day. It allows you to copy in photos and web links and other stuff you might love, or that might help your job or project. Personally I just text and tab. You can obviously create your own hashtag type system for topic searches. I don’t do anything special, just think of a keyword. I journal on paper, but if It’s something important this is where it goes. Plenty of ways to back it up so your info is safe. I call this my “learn thyself” app.

cmfnyc ,

One of my best App Store purchases ever

Honestly, this app has been a godsend for me. As a teacher, I've got to keep track of multiple classes, two coaching gigs and an evening job. This app allows me to keep a journal for each, complete with attachments and todos. Each notebook presents the day as a fresh page for me to record what I did. The bold and text highlight options are awesome. If I want to quickly know what I previously entered, say my last class entry, the handy outline view allows me to quickly see past days in that particular notebook. That helps me keep track of what I've completed on previous days, so I track assignments and incrementally increase my class count without much fuss. The app looks great and works great on both iPhone and iPad. The only real weak point is that sync can occasionally be problematic. Probably that's because I don't have wifi access for the iPad, so it is often offline when I make entries. Perhaps, that's why when I do turn on tethering or reconnect, it takes time to sync. But that's a very minor annoyance in an otherwise elegant experience.

App Privacy

The developer, Fluid Touch Pte. Ltd., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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