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Evernote 5 hits Windows desktop computers with improved notes and a new look

Evernote 5 hits Windows desktop computers with improved notes and a new look

Evernote has announced that Evernote 5 is now available for Windows desktop computers. Evernote says that version 5 is smarter, more powerful, and more friendly than versions for Windows users in the past. The new application takes advantage of modern aesthetics to provide a flat interface that is easy-to-use on multiple versions of Windows.

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Feedly Pro arrives with search, Evernote support, and more

Feedly Pro arrives with search, Evernote support, and more

As with many free services, there's often a paid option to along with them that offers a handful of new features and benefits that aren't available otherwise to the free users. Feedly has so far offered a free version of its RSS reader, but today the company has unwrapped a paid version that gives users several new features for just a few dollars per month.

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Samsung WB250F SMART camera gains Evernote integration

Samsung WB250F SMART camera gains Evernote integration

A couple of Samsung's SMART cameras went up for sale back in February, among them being the WB250F 14.2-megapixel shooter. Fast-forward a few months, and this camera has been bestowed with new functionality thanks to a partnership between Samsung and Evernote, bringing the latter service to the camera for additional sharing capabilities. The software update with the integration rolled out today.

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Evernote iOS app updated with Skitch support

Evernote iOS app updated with Skitch support

Evernote has pushed out an update for its iOS app, tossing some more features into the mix, as well as support for Skitch. Those who update to version 5.4 will find Favorites on the iPhone transformed into Shortcuts, the ability to annotate notes with Skitch, and for Premium users, a new related notes feature that pulls up relevant past content.

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Evernote for Windows Touch scores several new features, Business support

Evernote for Windows Touch scores several new features, Business support

Evernote has announced an update to its Windows Touch app, something that brings users a variety of new features, as well as newly added Evernote Business support. The changes are immediately notable due to a new hub page, which is designed to offer users the "core navigation items" and various content from their account that is most commonly needed.

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Google Ventures-backed Kibits brings “Collaborate” for mobile teamwork

Google Ventures-backed Kibits brings “Collaborate” for mobile teamwork

This week the team at Kibits have launched "Collaborate.com", a full mobile and web browser-based environment for teamwork, aiming to bring together groups of associates that aren't always working in the same zip code. This platform works at launch on iPhone, iPod touch, Android, and inside web browsers and integrates the content of services such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, and Apple's iCloud in a single workroom environment, and they're launching this week.

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Evernote Web Clipper extension for Chrome gets Gmail update

Evernote Web Clipper extension for Chrome gets Gmail update

Note-taking addicts and Evernote lovers alike have had access to the Evernote Web Clipper tool for awhile now, which allows individuals to clip items from the web for easy saving to their account. That tool just got a little more useful, however, with an addition to its Web Clipper for Chrome extension: clipping within Gmail.

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Evernote custom reminders finally arrive on Android

Evernote custom reminders finally arrive on Android

Two weeks ago, Evernote launched reminders on iOS, OS X, and the web, embarrassingly leaving out Android. However, the company has finally brought these handy reminders to Google's platform, allowing users to set deadlines on certain tasks and to-dos. Furthermore, any reminders you set on Android will sync across all other platforms.

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Evernote two-step verification has the brand join the security squad

Evernote two-step verification has the brand join the security squad

This week the folks at Evernote have made it clear: they're not going to be the last ones out there without two-step security. The note-taking app now joins the likes of Gmail and Twitter as security measures step up to the last several years - and exponential up-ramping - of incidents in which this simple push for more secure log-ins would have stopped hacking altogether.

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Evernote reminders come to iOS, Mac, and the web

Evernote reminders come to iOS, Mac, and the web

What's apparently Evernote's "most-requested feature" is now available on the company's note-taking app for iOS, Mac, and the web. The app has been updated to include reminders that give you the ability to notify yourself of a note that you posted in Evernote, making sure that you don't forget about it at a later time.

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Google Glass getting apps for Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, CNN and more

Google Glass getting apps for Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, CNN and more

Google has just announced a slew of new apps that are coming to Google Glass. In an effort to expand Glass's abilities, a handful of different apps will become available to users, including Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, CNN, Tumblr, and Elle. Previously, only Path and The New York Times were available as apps on Google Glass.

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Evernote partners with KakaoTalk for chat integration

Evernote partners with KakaoTalk for chat integration

Evernote is looking to branch out and get into the mobile messaging business. The company behind the popular note-taking app has partnered up with instant messaging service KakaoTalk in order to broaden their service to the Asia market, as well as integrate some of their features into Kakao's chat client.

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