Google Docs provides plenty of free space to upload documents. What better way to take full advantage of this storage than to create an application that takes notes and syncs it with Google Docs? NoteSync does exactly this and is a brilliant Adobe Air app, if you ask me.
To begin, launch the application and enter the Google Docs login credentials. Once inside, it will begin syncing the two default pre-made notes with your Google Docs account. To create a new note, enter the title in the Search bar, and hit Enter. Once you fill out the description, it will automatically sync with your account.
It is the fastest, easiest, and securest way of taking notes so far. Take the notes everywhere you go, without having to worry about anything.
The sharing option is off when the notes get saved in Google Docs, thus, making them private and secure.
The developer plans to release the iPhone application soon. At the moment NoteSync is in open public beta and free of charge. Being a cross-platform app, it works on Windows, Linux, and Mac. We tested it on Windows 7 32-bit OS.