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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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Evernote Food for Android updates with UI tweaks

Evernote Food for Android updates with UI tweaks

Evernote Food has been a go-to app for many foodies out there, and Android users are receiving a big update today that comes with a handful of new features and UI tweaks. The app's navigation has been switched around just a bit, and it now includes four main sections: Explore Recipes, My Cookbook, Restaurants, and My Meals.

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Evernote Skitch for Mac and iOS updates with PDF annotations and stamps

Evernote Skitch for Mac and iOS updates with PDF annotations and stamps

Evernote has updated its popular screenshot and feedback tool Skitch today with some pretty nifty features catered towards those who like to mess around with PDFs. The app now comes with the ability to annotate PDFs, as well as use "stamps," which are essentially small symbols that you can place in a PDF to tell a collaborator whether something gets the thumbs up or thumbs down.

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Evernote CEO tips future co-designed hardware

Evernote CEO tips future co-designed hardware

If you thought your Evernote account was full of note now, just wait until you've got a device that's built by the company from the ground up! According to no less than the CEO of Evernote himself, they're already looking into doing a branded piece of hardware for the Evernote ecosystem. While it doesn't appear that Evernote will be creating the device (or devices) all themselves, they may be doing a co-designed machine manufactured by a 3rd party company - perhaps the HTC Evernote is on the way?

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Evernote launches Accelerator program to help out developers

Evernote launches Accelerator program to help out developers

If you're an app developer that builds app around Evernote's API and platform, the company wants to help you out. If you're lucky enough, the company will bring you to their headquarters for a month-long entrepreneurship that will aim to help improve on developers' apps. Evernote is calling the program Accelerator, which is an extension of the company’s existing developer program.

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Evernote Hello for iPhone updates with passcode lock, improved contacts

Evernote Hello for iPhone updates with passcode lock, improved contacts

Evernote is one of the most popular note-taking apps around. However, it does a whole lot more than just hold your notes. There's a bin-full of apps that Evernote has, one of which is Evernote Hello -- an app that helps you remember the people you meet, and it received a big update today that gives users passcode lock capabilities, better business card scanning, and improved contacts.

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Evernote for Windows Phone updates with redesign, improved tags, and more

Evernote for Windows Phone updates with redesign, improved tags, and more

Windows Phone users who are yearning for a better Evernote experience on their mobile devices are now in luck. The app just received a major update today that comes with a complete redesign, as well as a slew of new features, including improved tag lists, stack support, and a more user-friendly interface.

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Evernote for Android updates, 1 year premium service free for Deutsche Telekom users

Evernote for Android updates, 1 year premium service free for Deutsche Telekom users

Big news on the Evernote front today. The popular note-taking app received a hefty update on Android, and the company also announced a partnership with European wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that would see all of the carrier's customers eligible for one year of Evernote Premium for free, which is a 40-euro value (approximately $52).

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Evernote Food for iOS updated with a bunch of new features

Evernote Food for iOS updated with a bunch of new features

Evernote Food has been updated for iOS devices to bring in a bunch of new features to food lovers and chefs alike. The new updates will help you customize and personalize your cookbook to your own liking. If you have a recipe that you're just dying to share with your friends and family, there are new sharing options to help you do that. And if you need to get reservations quickly at a nice restaurant, just head to the built-in OpenTable app to make them.

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