Note Everything falls somewhere between a basic, single-purpose notepad app and a richer, do-it-all note taker like Evernote. It's solid and stable, and, depending on the functionality you seek, it might be just what you're looking for.
Once you get started, the first thing you may notice is that Note Everything can punch out several different types of notes including Text notes, Paint notes, Voice notes, and Barcode notes. If you install the free Everything GDocs companion app, you'll even be able to import Google documents as notes (as well as export notes to Google Docs). If you're willing to shell out around $4 to upgrade to Pro, you'll gain even more capabilities, like Photo notes and Checklists. The variety here is impressive.
In addition to its rich note-taking capabilities, Note Everything offers a few nice touches that really give the app some polish. To help keep your myriad notes organized, there's a powerful folder system that gives you the flexibility to create new folders and subfolders and move things around. Also, the app is highly customizable. From the Preferences pane, you can change everything from the text color of notes to the layout of the app's title bar (the Pro version offers even more options). And, finally, the app is great at sharing. You can send notes directly to your Android calendar or share via Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, SMS, or any of your phone's other installed applications.
Ultimately, Note Everything is a great download that really stands out next to many of the other basic note takers out there. It's multidimensional and flexible, and even comes with a few nice widgets for easy note-taking right from your home screen.