Is it possible to transfer notes between iOS devices?



If you don’t want to carry both iPhone and iPad at the same time when you travel there will be problem arising that what should do if you want to merge the notes on different devices to one iPad or iPhone, for example, transfer the notes on your iPad to your iPhone, so that you can enjoy your traveling with lighter equipment. Well, there are a couple of ways to do so.

Solution 1: Export from one iOS device and transfer to another with third party software
You can Google for third party application which is able to extract Notes from iOS devices and I would like to demonstrate with iFonebox, developed by AunTec. This iFonebox is capable of exporting not only notes but also Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Voice Memos, and Photos etc from iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch as well as iTunes/iCloud backup file.
This post is going to demonstrate you how to transfer from iTunes backup file. So the first thing you need to do is to back up your iPhone to iTunes/iCloud. Let’s dive into the specific steps after you finish the iTunes backing up.

Step 1: Install and run the full version of iFonebox, Choose “Recover from iTunes Backup File” from the startup interface, and then you will be brought to an interface asking you to select backup file. Select the backup file from which you want to export notes.

Step 2: Choose Notes to export by clicking on the icon of Notes.

Step 3: Preview and export to your iPad, you can choose what you need to export and what’s more, you can do modifications before the exporting.

Solution 2: Sync your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Notes are associated with an IMAP email account or iCloud account. To sync Notes, you need to enable Notes for each account in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars or Settings > iCloud.
When you enable Notes sync for an email account, the Notes folder will no longer appear as a mailbox in the Mail app. To create or view notes, use the Notes app instead.
Note: You can sync with the Notes app using IMAP or iCloud. Syncing Notes using iTunes is no longer supported on OS X v10.8 and later.