The noteworthy features in Evernote’s latest Android release are many, but my favorite is a new shortcut menu, which appears when you swipe from right to left. Shortcuts bring you to a search result of your choosing in just one swipe and one tap. For example, you can set up shortcuts to particular notebooks or tags. On a small smartphone screen, having these shortcuts makes a lot more sense than scanning through a scrolling list of all the available options.
Another new feature in version 5 of the Evernote Android app has to do with the camera features. When you snap a photo to upload now, you can shoot multiple photos at once and select the ones that you want to include after their thumbnails are on screen. It’s a great time saving feature for when you’re taking multiple photos of pages of a document or book.
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.
The latest version of Evernote for Android has a refreshed interface and new photo and shortcut features that bring it one step closer to the full Web-based offering.
If you’re looking for a simple notepad app for grocery lists and quick reminders, then Evernote might be overkill. That’s because this powerhouse comes packed with multimedia features that are together meant to serve as a sort of digital extension of your brain. With Evernote, you can keep track of anything and everything you can think of, including speeches, drawings, locations, design ideas, songs, and, yes, even grocery lists.
One of Evernote’s greatest strengths is that it can seamlessly sync all of your notes and “notebooks” (collections of notes) via the cloud. This allows you to access your notes from virtually any device that has a data connection.
Evernote Premium vs. Free
Evernote Premium costs $5 per month or $45 per year and adds some noticeable perks to the free Evernote account. Free account holders can only upload 60MB of data per month, whereas paid users max out at 1GB per month, which comes in handy if you upload a lot of images and documents or clip a lot of Web pages. When Premium users enter search terms, Evernote not only scans typed content and images, but also hunts through PDFs.
Another perk for Premium users is offline notebooks, an amazingly useful option when working on a mobile device. This feature lets you save the most recent copy of selected notes locally on your Android so they’re available to read and edit when you don’t have an Internet connection.
Premium users can give other users the ability to edit a note, adding collaboration to the experience. When you decide to share a notebook, you can to make the files viewable only, or both viewable and editable. You can require that they be an Evernote account holder or not. When you’re ready to share, one click sends a short email with a link to the files. (For additional details about Evernote Premium accounts, see Evernote’s information page).
- Works with Evernote Business: Capture, browse, search, and share Business Notes and Business Notebooks from your smartphone or tablet.
- 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
- 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
- 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
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