How To Use Sticky Notes (Windows)
Note taking apps are a great way to stay productive on the go. Sure, it would be nice to play Angry Birds or Flappy Bird or Bird Birds on your phone while you’re on the bus, but why do that when you could be working? Everyone knows working is more fun than playing games. Note taking apps are also perfect for that surge of inspiration you’ll find yourself getting in the middle of the day. Like when you have the idea for something genius like an edible smartphone but don’t have anything to write down your thoughts on. Well, while we’re on the subject of taking notes, let’s take a look at how to use Sticky Notes for Windows Phones. What kind of app could it possibly be?
What Is Sticky Notes?
Sticky Notes is an app geared toward taking down notes while keeping a “sticky note” aesthetic. Which, I must admit, is very appealing. As someone that loves overusing sticky notes (especially doing that thing where you make a beard out of them), the basic appearance really appeals to me.
How Do You Use It?
Sticky Notes shares a lot of similarities to other note taking apps in terms of functionality. In order to create a note, you simply tap the plus sign towards the bottom. After writing your notes, you may organize them by color and the date they were last modified. You can also add reminders as well as voice clips from the app itself.
Should You Get It?
Of all the note apps I’ve seen, I’d say Sticky Notes is closest to Google Keep. Both have the appearance of your standard sticky notes with different colors and ways to organize them. However, since Keep is not available on Windows devices, I’d say Sticky Notes is a worthy alternative. It still beats buying actual sticky notes. Which cost money.