With notes, you can be sure that you will not forget the latest million-dollar idea (or maybe just to get milk home). Syncing notes between your devices is important so you do not miss anything.
When it comes to iPhone and iPad, there are numerous ways to take notes on one device and make them magically appear on another device. You also do not have to search for an app to do this. Apple's Notes app highlights most of the needs that the majority of people need. The fact that it is integrated into every iPhone and iPad ̵
There are several ways you can sync your notes – with iCloud or with Google – and we'll briefly outline both here.
Considering the close integration of iCloud into iPhone and iPad, we start here, right?
How to Sync Notes with iCloud
Open the Settings app on any device where the app is located You need your sync notes.
Then tap the Apple ID area at the top of the screen. You will see the profile picture of your account and your name. Tap anywhere in the environment to get to the Apple ID Settings screen. You may need to enter your iCloud password here, depending on how long you have been away since your last authentication.
On the newly opened Apple ID Settings screen, tap the iCloud entry.
Enable the Notes switch, and you can exit the settings.
Allows you to synchronize notes in the Apple Notes app for this particular device. Remember to repeat the process on your additional iPhones or iPads.
How to Sync Notes with Google
First and foremost, you want to make sure your Google Account is already set up in your iDevice. If you have not already done so, we have an article that guides you through the specifics.
The process of enabling synchronization for the Apple Notes app through Google's services is very similar to setting up iCloud and restarts App Settings. There, tap on the entry "Passwords and Accounts".
Then tap the Google Account you want to use for Apple Notes Sync.
Finally, toggle "Notes" to the On position.
Again, note that this allows you to sync notes for a device must enable this in the same way on all additional devices.