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Evernote 2.0 Beta for Mac – Now with Sharing and Notebooks Stacks [Plus: Mini Review]

Evernote 2.0 Beta for Mac – Now with Sharing and Notebooks Stacks [Plus: Mini Review]

As all you Evernote lovers on Macs might already have expected (and requested), the new version of Evernote will be including two of your most requested additions: Notebook Sharing and Stacks! You can get this Beta release today by clicking "update to beta versions" in your software update tab of you Evernote for Mac preferences and checking for updates. Before you do so, take a look below at what you'll be getting and be forewarned that because this is a Beta, there may be bugs that still have to be worked out.

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Evernote v2.0 for Android arrives: offline notes, UI update & more

Evernote v2.0 for Android arrives: offline notes, UI update & more

Evernote has pushed out v2.0 of their Android app, complete with a much improved UI, improved search interface, offline note storage and general speed improvements. Evernote 2.0 for Android now caches notes on your Android phone itself, meaning you can browse through them without needing a data connection; if you're an Evernote Premium subscriber, you can even select which notebooks are offline-sync'd.

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Evernote considering digital ink, handwriting recognition for iPad

Evernote considering digital ink, handwriting recognition for iPad

Evernote is one of the more useful apps out there, and the company has just announced that it's passed three million registered users.  Some of those are using the app on their iPad, but going by a GottaBeMobile interview with CEO Phil Libin, the company could find themselves taking on one of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' biggest tablet beliefs: that if you reach for a stylus, it's a failure.  According to Libin, Evernote are considering "full" digital inking capabilities on the iPad and iPhone versions of the software (along with the Android app), and in the meantime are adding in basic inking and sketching abilities.

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Evernote for Android released

Evernote for Android released

Evernote have launched their Android client, which has just popped up in the Android Market today.  A free download, the app allows users to create notes on their handset - together with take photos and record audio files - that are automatically synchronized with their online Evernote account.  With this new release comes location-awareness, optionally geotagging every note, recording and snapshot with the details of where it was created.

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SwiftKey for iOS 8 review: iPhone 6 gets swiped

SwiftKey for iOS 8 review: iPhone 6 gets swiped

One of the most anticipated features in iOS 8 is third-party keyboard support, and Android favorite SwiftKey has wasted no time in readying its learning layout for the iPhone. Using the predictive technologies that made it such a hit on Google's OS, SwiftKey for iPhone can also prove smarter out of the gate, thanks to cross-platform sync. We've been playing with the pre-release beta; read on for our review.

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Android apps are now running on Chrome OS

Android apps are now running on Chrome OS

Everyone is going cross-platform these days. Microsoft’s Windows is (by and large) Windows, regardless of what device you use it on. Apple’s handshake deal between iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite keeps things separate but friendly, and now google is getting into the mix. The fist round of Android apps running on Chrome OS are live, with heavy-hitters like Evernote leading the charge.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 hands-on: Quad HD and metal

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 hands-on: Quad HD and metal

The stylus has redeemed itself, and it has Samsung to thank for that. The South Korean company has been hammering away at its S Pen technology since 2011, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the latest result of that work. Hardly a surprise in Berlin this week - its three generations of forebears each arrived at pre-IFA show - the Note 4 nonetheless has plenty to prove. Read on for my first impressions.

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Moleskine adds Livescribe digital pen support

Moleskine adds Livescribe digital pen support

Paper notebooks show no signs of dying off, and so Moleskine is partnering up with Livescribe to make new pads that will work with the digital pen company, pushing handwritten notes up into the cloud. The new Moleskine Notebooks look at first glance to be just the same as their regular counterparts, but have been given the unique printed patterns that the Livescribe pen range can track and thus digitize.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet DirectStylus 2 Review

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet DirectStylus 2 Review

With all its gaming prowess, you could quite forget that the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet has a second personality. Taking the clever Tegra-accelerated stylus technology of NVIDIA’s Note 7, and supercharging it with more sensitivity, less latency, and custom-created apps to show it off at its best, the DirectStylus 2 system promises the best of a digital pen with neither cost nor complexity in the way of compromises. We thought it was worthy of some time by itself in the spotlight.

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