- There are many products similar to Google Notebook such as OneNote and Zoho Notebook. Zoho Notebook, like Google Notebook is also a free program on the internet, but OneNote, a branch of Microsoft Office 2007, is only available at a cost of $99.95. As opposed to OneNote, which can only be accessed from a computer containing the expensive software, both Google Notebook and Zoho Notebook can be used on any computer with the internet.
- Another advantage of Google Notebook is that it is very simple to use. Using Google Notebook, saving links or pictures from various websites is as simple as a click of the mouse. It is also easy for the user to create sections, and to return to the notebook at a later time. Google Notebook automatically saves any changes to prevent loss of information.
- The competing products also have advantages. Users of Zoho Notebook and OneNote are able to save videos and sounds in addition to pictures and links; Google Notebook is not able to save videos or sounds. Also, due to other available Google Applications, Google Notebook does not include a calendar feature, whereas the other programs do.
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