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On your Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you can import Evernote export files (.enex files). Each .enex file can include one or many notes. When you import an .enex file, each Evernote note becomes a new note in Notes.

When you import an .enex file, each Evernote note will become a new note in Notes. Before importing to your Notes app, email the .enex file to yourself or save it to iCloud Drive from your computer.

When you open the Notes app and select your iCloud notes, a new folder called “Imported Notes” will appear. If you don’t use Notes with iCloud, the new folder will appear under “On My Device” notes.

How to transfer notes from iphone to gmail

If you frequently use the Notes application from an Apple device, both for work and for your personal life, and you are also a Gmail user, it is important that you learn how to synchronize both services. This way, you can always have all your notes on any computer, whether it’s Windows, Linux or Mac.

Once again, in order for you to synchronize your iPhone notes with your Gmail account, you will have to select Notes in Gmail. After doing so, a Gmail folder will appear in the Notes app, so any new notes you create in that folder will appear in your Gmail account. A Notes label will appear in the Gmail sidebar, from where you can view all the iPhone ones directly in the web browser.

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Unfortunately, this is a one-way sync, which means that notes you create on the iPhone will appear in your Gmail account, but will not be editable in Gmail. You will only be able to edit them on your iPhone or on another iOS device that you have synced to your iCloud account.

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Have you been using your old iPhone and are thinking of buying a shiny new Android? You are finally ready to switch from iOS to Android and it will definitely give you a different smartphone experience.

However, you must have recorded everything on your old iPhone notes, so moving your notes from your old iPhone to your new Android can be a lot of work! Read on and we’ll see how to help you solve this problem.

Open MobileTrans and connect your Android phone and iPhone to your PC/Mac. Select the “Phone Transfer” mode in the bottom window. You can use the “Flip” button to swap the places of the phones and make sure the Android is the destination one.

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Tick the contents you want to transfer. If you want to transfer your notes from iPhone to your Android, you can simply select “Notes” and then click “Start” to start the iPhone to Android data transfer process.

Note: If you can’t find your notes on your Android phone, you can download them to your computer from your Outlook account. When the download is complete, you can upload them to your Android with a USB cable or SD card.

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The Notes app may be one of the least used and most underrated apps on your phone. Some notes apps have far surpassed simple text entry apps, and now offer a lot of cool features like lists, images, tables, sketches and more!

The problem is that there’s no way to transfer notes from the default iPhone Notes app directly from the Notes app to your Android… However, there are a few ways to accomplish this and access your iPhone notes on your new Android device. Let’s take a look at the best ways to do it:

Smart Switch will now allow you to transfer content from your iPhone to your Samsung Galaxy phone (this method will not work with other Android devices). The app can serve as a complete transfer of your content from one device to another, so it’s a great option for switching to a completely new phone.

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The above methods are great if you still have access to your iPhone, and all your notes are still saved on your device. However, what if you’ve had to get rid of your iPhone, it’s broken, or you’ve accidentally deleted your notes?

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