Notion for mobile

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You can download Notion on your iOS or Android device for easy access on the go. Read, edit and comment on any of your Notion content from the mobile app 🤳

  • On your device's browser, go to

  • Click the button on the homepage to download Notion for your device.

  • You'll be taken to the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store where you can download the app for free!

  • You can also go to the App Store or Play Store app on your device and search for Notion.

  • Sign in with your email and you're all set.

A tour of the mobile app

  • Create a new page by tapping on the plus icon at the bottom right.

  • Search can be opened by tapping on the magnifying glass at the bottom left.

  • Open your Inbox by tapping the bell icon at the bottom middle.

  • The sidebar is hidden by default, but can be revealed by tapping the ⠇☰ icon.

Things you can't do on mobile

On mobile, you can't take the following actions. You'll have to log in on your desktop or in your browser to:

  • Delete or leave workspaces.

  • Edit plan or billing settings.

  • Edit workspace security settings.

  • Import data.

  • Change your account information (photo, email address, name, etc.)

Add and edit content using the mobile toolbar

On desktop, you can add or edit content blocks by using slash commands or interacting with icons that appear on hover. However, on mobile, you need to press + in the toolbar above your keyboard to choose what content type you want to add to your page. You can also use the toolbar to @-mention a page or person, add a comment, add an image, delete content, indent content, and more.

Key interface differences

  • You cannot select multiple blocks by tapping and dragging the same way you can click and drag on desktop.

  • There are no hover states on mobile. Instead, you'll see ••• and + icons. On desktop, these icons only appear on hover.

  • There are no columns on mobile. Any column structure that you created on desktop will be collapsed to a single column.

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