iPhone Notes is one of the most popular apps among users as the app offers multiple benefits like jotting down notes, a list of tasks, names of places & people, expenses you made in a day, week, or month etc.
So it is quite obvious you would like to access these things, i.e. Notes, even if you don’t have your iPhone, iPad or your iCloud account at close hand. What you need is a cyber café or internet connection anywhere to open your Gmail account from any Mac or Windows PC.
But how can a Gmail account help you access your iPhone Notes? Well, this information is all about this solution. To begin with, you need to have a Gmail account synced with your iPhone or iPad. If not, you can sync one or multiple Gmail accounts on your iPhone/iPad.
Once you sync up your Gmail account/s with iPhone/iPad, it is quite easy to sync Notes app on your Gmail.
How to Sync iPhone Notes with Gmail Account
Step #1. Launch Settings app on iPhone → Scroll down and tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Step #2. Tap on Gmail account you want to sync Notes with.
Step #3. Toggle Notes ON.
Normally Mail, Contacts, and Calendars options are toggled ON by default on your iPhone; the option of Notes needs to be toggled ON manually.
Now you can check the effect on your Gmail account; you can see Notes as a label in the left side under the COMPOSE option. Note that you cannot edit Notes from your Gmail account as this option only allows access to your Notes from Gmail account.
Also check the Notes app on your iPhone; you can see GMAIL on the Folders screen in Notes app. Create your Notes and access the same from anywhere on the earth. You can also send the Notes to your Gmail contacts from your account.
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