The AI tools are creating a wave. Are you watching?
We are living in the age of information abundance. If we don’t have a system to help us make sense of the information we consume, it would all go waste.
I started note-taking just 4 years back. I used google keep to store new ideas and things I learn. but I was not using it frequently. Then I switched to Notion. And then to obsidian. And it was the best shift I made.
Taking notes on obsidian was a lot easier. Obsidian was simple and almost effortless.
But now there’s a new wave flooding the note-taking market. Yes, you guessed it right. The AI note-taking tools.
Unlike all other tools that are in the market, these AI tools not only help you to take notes but also make sense of them. Here are the 5 AI apps with a lot of potential in this space.
Mem promotes itself as a self-organizing workspace. The wave of AI in note-taking apps was started by mem as far as I remember. A lot of other apps are trying to do with themselves.
Mem itself isn’t an AI app. Mem X, the extension of mem is what causes breakthroughs in note-taking space.
Still in beta, Mem X has created enough hype for note-takers.
Unlike most other note-taking tools, mem is a folderless and structureless note-taking app. You keep all of your notes in the same place and AI organizes them for you.
It’s a feature-rich app with all the features that you want in a good note-taking app:
- Calendar Integration
- File attachments
- Zapier integrations
- Task management
- Import your notes
- Native apps
Napkin is similar to mem in the sense that it allows you to focus more on writing rather than organizing your notes(the main problem of note-taking apps). All of the notes on the…