Evernote has posted a tip today on how to use its note-taking service with Apple's new Siri intelligent voice-assistant feature on the iPhone 4S. Siri is still a beta service at the moment and doesn't integrate with third-party apps, but you can make it work with Evernote for convenient hands-free note dictation and here's how.
Evernote has finally arrived on the BlackBerry PlayBook. The popular note-taking and cloud storage platform offers users a way to save text, audio, images, web pages and more to a secure online account that can be accessed from any internet-connected device. Evernote already has apps for Android, iOS, and even Window Phone 7.
If you are a user of the iOS version of the Evernote application, the app got an update recently. The new update adds in some features that many people will appreciate. According to Evernote the new feature that was the most difficult, to implement was support for rich text. The new feature allows the user to bold, italic, and underline text. Rich text also means that the user can highlight text, add URLs, and create lists among other things.
Popular cloud-based note-taking service Evernote announced today that it has acquired Skitch, a photo annotation, editing, and sharing app. Skitch has so far been limited to the Mac platform, but with the acquisition, Evernote intends on expanding the app to all platforms, including iOS, Windows, and Android as well as integrating the app into its own note-taking platform.
Joyous day of awesome days, Evernote now has a tablet version available for all Androids. While they certainly did have integration with tablets before - we're looking at you, HTC Flyer - this is the first time Evernote has presented a version of their environment made to work on all larger screened Android 3.x Honeycomb-laden devices. This version will give you the ability to create notes continent rich text, lists, and checkboxes, and there's a brand new widget, speed improvements, and more!
Evernote, one of the most popular note-taking services, has finally created an app for the Windows Phone 7 platform. But unlike the Evernote app for iOS and Android, this new release for Windows Phone 7 takes advantage of the panorama interface unique to the platform for an optimized experience and some additional features not available on the other platforms.
Evernote is one of the most popular note taking platforms around that lets you save your notes to the "cloud" to be accessed anywhere. It is the note-taking app of choice for the HTC Flyer and now the company is offering up a new study-helper app specifically designed for the iPad 2 called Evernote Peek. What's unique about this new offering is that it's the world's first app to work in tandem with Apple's new Smart Covers.
Sometimes it is tough to organize all of the information we collect every day, and things can get lost. Where did I see that great article? Where was that recipe I saw that I wanted to make? Where is that paper that I used to write down the idea I had? Evernote, a personal and business organizational tool that lets you collect ideas, scan in handwritten notes, and save links, photos, and files, has a great solution to help. They have both a free and premium version of their app. Today, Evernote has released several updates today for their Mac app. The updates include sharing on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere, recording audio notes, and faster search.
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.
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.