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Evernote adds Drive integration for easier file access

Evernote adds Drive integration for easier file access

Evernote and Google have teamed to make life easier for both of their respective users — Evernote now allows users to search Google Drive content directly, eliminating the need to toggle away from the app and to a different one. Users can add content from Drive to their Notebooks without leaving Evernote; browsing Drive content is also easier with this new integration.

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Evernote for Android gains scan and annotate capability

Evernote for Android gains scan and annotate capability

Android phone users that were bummed that iOS users got the Scannable app and wanted something similar for their Android device are in luck. Evernote for Android has announced a new update that brings with it an improved way to digitize documents. In the new Evernote update, Evernote camera makes capturing and managing your document images smoother and brings two photo capture modes.

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OneNote importing from Evernote made easy with new tool

OneNote importing from Evernote made easy with new tool

Microsoft wants to draw Evernote users over to its own note-taking app, OneNote, and as such has released a tool that makes things easier. As of today, Evernote users can download the new OneNote Importer tool for importing Evernote content into Microsoft OneNote. For now, the importing tool is only available for Windows, but it’ll be arriving on Mac soon, as well.

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Evernote closes Market down, will link to actual manufacturers

Evernote closes Market down, will link to actual manufacturers

Evernote calls it focusing on its core business. Others might see it as signs of trouble. The once popular startup, considered to be a unicorn in Silicon Valley, has shut down many of the products and services it has considered dead weight. The latest to get the ax isn't even a product technically speaking but a marketplace. Evernote Market, the place where you can order and buy physical products and objects related to the note-taking service, is shutting down, freeing Evernote to concentrate on what it does best.

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Evernote: dead unicorn or struggling teen pop star

Evernote: dead unicorn or struggling teen pop star

Among some circles, particularly productivity and venture capitalist groups, there has been some talk about Evernote becoming a dead unicorn. Considering how the product has become ingrained in today's digital lifestyle, it's not surprising to see how polarizing the topic has become. It doesn't help that the company is indeed showing some signs of struggling, particularly with its workforce and management, though it is definitely not out of the running yet. This David turned Goliath, who has managed not only to displace but also shut down some of its rivals (Sprinpad) might be finding itself losing some steam, and here might be some of the reasons why.

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Evernote for iOS gets sketching in notes, split screen support

Evernote for iOS gets sketching in notes, split screen support

Evernote has announced that users on the iPhone and iPad can now sketch within notes, bringing the much-requested feature to iOS. Sketching within a note is, more simply put, the ability to write within a note by hand; you can use the feature to sketch out ideas or to scribble math equations, or something else entirely. That’s not the only feature Evernote has announced, though, with iPad users in particular getting an extra special treat.

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Android Evernote app gets new homescreen widget

Android Evernote app gets new homescreen widget

Fans of Evernote on Android devices can now get a new home screen widget to make accessing their app more convenient. The widget comes with an update to Evernote for Android. If you are thinking that Evernote always had a homescreen widget, you are right. That old widget was a separate application that had to be installed and Evernote describes that as "clunky."

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Evernote Food support ends on September 30

Evernote Food support ends on September 30

A couple of years ago, Evernote introduced a new product aimed at the cooks among its user base: Evernote Food. This allows people to do things like take pictures of the meals they cook and others, clip recipes, and more. By all accounts, Evernote Food has been popular, but it has also become redundant. As any Evernote user would know, you can do those aforementioned things with the service’s non-Food offerings, and that’s why the company has announced it is dropping support for the Evernote Food iOS and Android apps.

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Evernote updates web app with cleaner, faster interface

Evernote updates web app with cleaner, faster interface

Following a series of beta tests since last October, Evernote has finally started rolling out a fresh new interface for its web app this week. The overall look is intended to provide users with a "distraction-free" environment, thanks to a user interface that is both faster and cleaner. Evernote mentions that it's not trying to replicate the experience of its already existing desktop apps, but it also seems to be more than a little inspired by the editor from web writing platform Medium.

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Evernote clarifies top plan’s ‘unlimited’ storage: 10GB per month

Evernote clarifies top plan’s ‘unlimited’ storage: 10GB per month

In April, Evernote introduced updated plans in the form of Plus and Premium, both of which come with a subscription fee and features commensurate with what each plan offers. The premium feature is targeted at Evernote power users — those who use it frequently, likely daily, and need ample space to do so. As such, Evernote announced that the premium plan offers “unlimited” storage, but users soon discovered that, as with buffets and mobile plans, there’s still a limit -- the company just didn’t anticipate you’d manage to hit it.

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Evernote Plus and Premium bring three options to users

Evernote Plus and Premium bring three options to users

Evernote has been around for a while now and when the app first launched it was free to download and use. Evernote says that it wanted to focus on its functionality before it started to try to figure out how to monetize the application. Evernote has now figured out its functionality and has introduced new and updated plans that aren’t free to use.

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Evernote for iOS update brings scanning, Apple Watch features

Evernote for iOS update brings scanning, Apple Watch features

For many, Evernote is the go-to for digital note taking and document storage. A good portion of those users are also on iOS, and Evernote’s recent update keeps those users in mind. The core Evernote app (there are a lot of satellite offerings form the company) will now let users scan documents and have them turned into digital representations of their physical selves. Also, that previously discussed Apple Watch version of Evernote is alive and well in the update.

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