Apple devices come with a great cloud storage area called iCloud.com. What makes it so good is that you can use it to locate your mislaid (or lost or stolen) iPod or tablet.
Another advantage is that you can set up your device to save to iCloud by default, rather than to the device itself. Thus, for example, I sometimes bash out some notes using the Notes app (what else?) on my laptop, and then access them from iCloud when I'm at my desktop -- which is a pc, not an Apple device.
However, while I was out and about recently, I decided to continue to work on some notes using my (Android) phone, an HTC. Lo and behold, I discovered that iCloud is not accessible from Android devices. Mind you, that wasn't the error message I saw. That said that my web browser was out of date. Well, considering that I'd only just updated everything on my phone, including the operation system, that didn't seem feasible. A bit of searching on the internet revealed that iCloud was not immediately available via Android devices.
There is a way you can fix this, as described here: Using iCloud with Android devices. Alternatively, if it's the Notes app you wish to access, you could do what I've started to do, which is simply to email myself the note I'm working on. It comes through as ordinary text in the body of the email message, so it's easy to copy and paste into another application if necessary.
Sophisticated it ain't, but as a quick and easy work-around it does the job -- as long as you remember to email yourself!