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Evernote and LinkedIn team on business cards

Evernote and LinkedIn team on business cards

Evernote and LinkedIn have inked a deal to handle one of the lingering frustrations of business: physical, printed business cards. The partnership will see LinkedIn shutter its own mobile card scanning app, CardMunch, and instead push its users to Evernote's card scanning system, with existing subscribers getting two years of service. Meanwhile, there's something in it for existing LinkedIn members, too.

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Evernote announces new Moleskine Business Notebook

Evernote announces new Moleskine Business Notebook

Anyone who sits in on a meeting and jots down notes understands how hard it can be to transpose them to a digital format. You draw a chart, maybe a quick graph — even visualize a concept for a project. Even harder is getting those ideas across to others. MoleSkine and Evernote are introducing their Business Notebook, designed to help you do just that.

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SlashGear 101: Microsoft OneNote

SlashGear 101: Microsoft OneNote

There's no confusing Microsoft's play to be your digital companion: first the OneDrive push, and now a play to make OneNote the de-facto service for digital notetaking. Made free across all platforms this morning, as well as freshly released for Mac users alongside a new partner app campaign, OneNote is now more than just an app but a service spread across desktop, tablet, smartphone, and browser. Confused? Let SlashGear 101 get you up to speed.

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Evernote update with Handwriting comes to Android

Evernote update with Handwriting comes to Android

This week Evernote is updating their mobile environment for several platforms, today being the day for Android. This update adds the ability to handle handwriting, allowing the user to move easily between writing and typing and adding photos and every other odd bit. This update will be coming across immediately if not soon to all users on Android devices.

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Evernote Descriptive Search claims better note hunting with fuzzy logic

Evernote Descriptive Search claims better note hunting with fuzzy logic

Evernote has updated its search functionality, adding fuzzy logic to how notes are discovered so that users can hunt down their content using conversational phrases. Evernote Descriptive Search, initially only available on the Mac desktop client, adds to the existing keyword search by allowing users to describe their required outcome - whether that be "images from California since 2013" or "audio notes from a phone" - rather than remember specifics.

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SwiftKey Note arrives with Evernote in tow

SwiftKey Note arrives with Evernote in tow

Ever the keyboard app-creating developers looking for another road into the iOS world of typing, SwiftKey has revealed an app called SwiftKey Note today, ready for one-shot saving of ideas. This app allows the user to work with SwiftKey's quick-type keyboard with all its various powers alongside full inclusion with Evernote account authorization.

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