With the advance of iCloud, it has become easy to synchronize iPhone notes and other data such as contacts, and calendars and push them to your iPad, iPod Touch or PC. However, it is not always necessary to have iCloud on your iPhone to sync notes.
Step 1: Use a Third-party Notes Apps to Transfer of Edit Notes Between IOS Devices
For example, to export your iPhone notes, run the program on your computer, and connect your iPhone. Your iPhone notes will show up in the tool's open window.
Click on the Export selected button.
Here is a quick tutorial video about importing and exporting iPhone contacts:
Step 2: Adding IPhone Notes to Your PC
You can see that the notes are in *.html format, this means you can open your iPhone notes with your default web browser (in my case Chrome). However, there is an option in the program which sets your iPhone notes to be exported in text document *.txt format. It is all a matter of personal choice really.
Step 4: Transfer Notes to Other IOS Devices
To do so, simply run the Notes program on your computer again and connect your other iOS device.
Now, drag and drop the notes files from the folder on your computer to the program window. This will import the notes to your other iDevice.
Step 6: Alternative: Syncing IPhone Notes Via ICloud
To enable iPhone notes sync across your other iOS devices supporting iCloud, on your iPhone, navigate to Settings > iCloud and if you haven’t done so already, enter your Apple ID to log in to your iCloud account.
To learn more about creating a new iCloud account, have a look here: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4436 or have a look at the video below.
Next, move the slider next to Notes from OFF to ON.
Step 7: Create an @me.com Email Account
Step 8: Enable ICloud on Your Other IOS Device
Step 9: Your IPhone Notes Are in Sync With Your Other IOS Device
Step 10: Syncing Your IPhone Notes to Your Computer Via Outlook
Now, navigate to the Info tab and tick the checkbox next to “Sync notes with” under “Other”.
Finally, select “Outlook” from the drop-down menu and click on the Sync button at the bottom right of iTunes’ main program window.
As I am not a huge iTunes fan, I prefer syncing my iPhone notes via CopyTrans Contacts when opting out from the iCloud rather than having to use iTunes as an intermediary between my Outlook and my iPhone.