What is the best Android app to organize files, websites and notes in collections (a topic or an interest)?
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I use the memosnag chrome plugin every day and it’s great. By far the best plugin to save webpages. See More
Memosnag just released (Oct. 2016) the Android app, and it's really a great app. Saving content from Chrome and other browsers is very simple, you can save content form many other apps (CNN, Reuters, YouTube and a bunch other ones), and also images. They are saved in your gallery, and it looks awesome. Organizing your saves in collections is very simple. See More
Evernote had their entire database hacked and compromised including customer user passwords. They responded by locking valid users out of accounts and forcing password changes but are still vague about their own security policies. They do not have a good track record for data security. They also do not offer local personal encryption of entire Notebooks as Microsoft OneNote does. See More
The free version of Evernote is highly limited. You have to pay if you want to access your notes without internet connection, search your notes or documents, or upload large amounts of data. The free version allows you to upload 60 MB of data per month, which is about 20 to 30 iPhone camera pictures. At a certain point, they started charging you for "advanced" capability, which includes searching your own attachments. See More