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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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Evernote gets 4x sync speed boost as note app preps for wearables

Evernote gets 4x sync speed boost as note app preps for wearables

Evernote has supercharged its note synchronization, making the system around four times faster across both mobile and desktop versions. The new speed boost required a complete redesign of the company's sync architecture, CEO Phil Libin says, though the differences will be most noticeable for those with a huge number of existing notes or shared notes. However, it's also said to be just the start of the changes Evernote has in mind.

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Evernote for Android updated with PDF Summary, Page Camera improvements

Evernote for Android updated with PDF Summary, Page Camera improvements

Evernote has rolled out an update for its Android app, bringing with it some goodies for Premium users and improvements overall that make taking daily notes on a mobile device a bit easier and more convenient. After updating the note-taking app, Android users will find an improvement to the Page Camera, namely in its performance, as well as a better notebook picker, summaries on markups to PDFs, and more.

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Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition stylus makes you forget about ink

Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition stylus makes you forget about ink

If you thought there were enough solutions for jotting down your notes digitally before today, Evernote implores you to think again. Today they've shown off the Jot Script - a new edition of the Adonit stylus in an "Evernote Edition" made specifically to tie in with the cloud capture service for notes and the app called Penultimate. Between the two, iOS devices will have you capturing notes in the most all-inclusive (digital) way possible today.

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Brother ADS-1500w wireless scanner uploads straight to Google Drive, Facebook, and more

Brother ADS-1500w wireless scanner uploads straight to Google Drive, Facebook, and more

Brother has unveiled a new compact scanner, the ImageCenter ADS-1500w, a wireless device it calls its flagship in what will be a new series of products aimed at the home and small business markets. With the svelte device comes the ability to upload scanned documents and photographs to a variety of cloud storage and social websites, among them being the popular offerings of Facebook, Flickr, Google Drive, and more.

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Evernote Post-It notes trigger actions based on color

Evernote Post-It notes trigger actions based on color

According to Evernote CEO Phil Libin, "paperless as a concept is stupid." Speaking with WSJ this week on their new collaboration with 3M's Post-It notes, Libin continued, "the goal is to get rid of stupid uses of paper." Users will be able to purchase packs of Evernote-branded Post-It notes soon, each of them working with a unique tone calibrated to an Evernote app that, when you photograph said note, it organizes the note for you automatically. Evernote is a quickly expanding ecosystem of note-taking apps and products, and this week they've revealed a new wave.

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