Testing two new Android apps: Google Keep and the awesome MarkDown Text editor called Draft

I’ve got some new Android apps to try out, the first is Google Keep, it’s a note taking app, a bit like Evernote but much worse. I actually don’t see the point in using it. And the UI is terrible. So I will keep (no pun intended) using Evernote. It’s much better.

The other app is awesome though. It’s called Draft (and it’s not the Drafts app for iOS), and it’s a MarkDown Text Editor. If you remember, I did some videos and posts about that I miss a really good MarkDown Text Editor on Android. I have now found what I’ve been looking for. Draft is that good.

I haven’t tested it a lot yet, but the UI is great, and the features is too. I miss MultiMarkDown support though, but the developer says that he is working on that.

But normal MarkDown is good enough, so I highly recommend this app.

So now that problem is finally solved in my Android experience after switching from iOS. I won't miss ByWord anymore.

# Features
* Create, view and edit plain text and Markdown notes
* Organise all your notes in folders and sub-folders
* Full text search of all your documents
* Fullscreen editing for distraction free writing
* Smart editing with a dedicated Markdown shortcuts toolbar and lists continuation
* Four different color themes
* Share your documents with other applications
* Share the Markdown generated HTML preview of your notes
* Receive text from other applications
* Store your notes in the cloud with Dropbox
# File formats
* Draft can create notes with the following extensions:
- txt
- md
* Draft can import (from Dropbox or other apps) files with the following extensions:
- txt
- md
- markdown
- org
# Dropbox synchronization