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Evernote is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you remember everything across all of the devices you use. Stay organized, save your ideas and improve productivity. Evernote lets you take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders--and makes these notes completely searchable, whether you are at home, at work, or on the go.
New York Times ‘Top 10 Must-Have App’, Winner: TechCrunch Crunchies, Mashable Awards and the Webbys.
• Sync all of your notes across the computers and devices you use
• Create and edit text notes, to-dos and task lists
• Save, sync and share files
• Record voice and audio notes
• Search for text inside images
• Organize notes by notebooks and tags
• Email notes and save tweets to your Evernote account
• Connect Evernote to other apps and products you use
• Share notes with friends and colleagues via Facebook and Twitter
• Works with Evernote Business: Capture, browse, search, and share Business Notes and Business Notebooks from your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
◦ Premium feature: take notebooks offline to access them anytime
◦ Premium feature: allow others to edit your notebooks
◦ Premium feature: add a PIN lock to your Evernote app
Evernote is free to download and use. Evernote Premium adds the great features above and is available through an auto-renewing subscription.
Two subscription options:
◦ Evernote Premium monthly for $5
◦ Evernote Premium annually for $45
Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel a subscription during the active period. Manage your subscriptions in the Account Settings after purchase.
Here are some ways to use Evernote for your personal and professional life:
• Research smarter: snap photos of whiteboards and books
• Take meeting and class notes, draft agendas and research notes
• Plan a trip: keep track of travel plans, plane tickets and passports
• Organize and save recipes; search by ingredients later
• Create a grocery list or task list and check things off as you go
• View web pages saved in Evernote on your desktop
• Capture ideas and inspiration on the go
• Access files and notes you create on your phone from your desktop
• Keep track of products and prices for comparison shopping purposes
• Keep finances in order: save receipts, bills and contracts
• Reduce paper clutter by taking snapshots of restaurant menus, business cards and labels
• Use Evernote as part of your GTD system to help you stay organized
• To get the most out of your Evernote experience, download it on all of the computers and phones that you use.
Evernote is available for: Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Web
Web clippers available for: Evernote for Web; Web Clippers for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer
Learn more: http://www.evernote.com/about/getting_started/
What's New in Version 7.3.1
- Move notes more easily with recently used notebooks now displayed at top of your list
- Evernote now remembers your most recently used camera mode
- Note editor should no longer flash when downloading new content
- App should no longer get stuck with image or attachment view open after a search
- Improved auto title and calendar interactions
- Several fixes for issues with swipe navigation
- Several crash fixes
Awesome App for taking notes at work!
I've actively used Evernote for the last 5 months, it's been a Godsend.
I'm a Software Sales person who talks and meets with customers on a daily basis. Before Evernote I used a nice Cambridge Limited notebook for taking notes. I've used 1 notebook per quarter for the last 7 1/2 years so, I've got 30 notebooks in total with tons of customer information from those discussions.
About 6 months ago I was looking for some important information from a customer visit I had a few years ago. I spent hours leafing through notebooks until I finally found the information I needed. In frustration from the long search to find the notes I needed I opened up Evernote and committed myself to using Evernote for 1 quarter (90 days).
Long Story Short: It's been 5 months and I haven't looked back. Now when I need to view notes from a customer discussion or a face to face customer visit I just do a search in Evernote and within seconds I've found the notes I need. I've got Evernote installed on my work computer, iPad and iPhone. If I'm sitting in an airport waiting for a flight and I need to write or recall a note I just pull out my iPhone and fire up Evernote. Evernote is a Godsend, I just wish I'd started using it years ago.
On the fence yet
I have had this app on my iPad since the very beginning, but I never used it much, thinking it's services we're largely duplicated by other apps that did it better. I mostly ignored it out of ignorance. I thought that it was awkward because I could only put my notes into notebooks when tethered to my Mac (not true), and that I could not create notes as directly as I wanted with photos etc (also not true). So! I guess I'd have to say that I'm still experimenting.
Now, my Evernote app has become almost indispensable to me on my iPad, as a repository for all sorts of info. And, as long as I stick to just that, it's great. When I have tried to broaden my repertoire, sharing notebooks, for example, is where I think Evernote fails. Its website or interface on the Mac are ridiculously complicated and confusing!! And why is the app so different on my husband's iPhone than on EITHER my iPad or Mac? It's largely useless to me for doing ANYTHING except the most simple personal organization. Even trying to information OUT of it can get things messed up!
So, bottom line? Good for what it does, but not a miracle-worker.
So, I wrote and never sent the above MONTHS ago. Today I use Evernote much more than ever, and it has become my go-to info storage app. I think it was great for that - but -now since the last update - IT IS ALWAYS CRASHING. Maybe not so great again, now.
My second brain
I use Evernote as a brain, to store everything. I also use it to Journal and GPS locations that were hard to find, or cemeteries. I love some of the newer features like Shortcuts, most used notebooks staying at top, and having the months run down the side. I especially love that I can access it from any of my devices. It is great that I can pull things up by search, tag, or notebook, and that I can search things even in .pdfs (I'm a Premium user), I would appreciate it searching more than in titles though (which may just be on the phone). My only complaint is that every time there is a major update, it severely restricts my ability to use the app because it usually decides to crash constantly. As I use the app constantly, this becomes tedious. It always gets worked out, but not for weeks sometimes, almost to the point of considering another app, but all of my stuff is in Evernote, so where would I go? The situation is always rectified so I don't have to switch, but there have been moments I've been tempted. I realize upgrades are a constant part of life now, and Evernote has always come up with great changes, I just have to be patient...even with those moments I recommend it to everyone and even teach people how to use it.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Feb 24, 2014
- Version: 7.3.1
- Size: 37.6 MB
- Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Seller: Evernote
- © Evernote Corporation 2013
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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