Evernote 4 for Windows has been updated and it adds quite a few new exciting features. First off, it now has improvised search where keywords are highlighted within the notes. Secondly, they have added a new feature which will allow you to import notes for OneNote 2007 and OneNote 2010 and the ability to export your notes as a MHT files.
Evernote has been one of my must-have software on most of the devices I use. It has definitely become useful with the new updates it has brought. An update to Evernote 4 is now available and it adds a few exciting features including highlight search results.
In addition to that, you can now easily import notes from OneNote 2007 or 2010 into Evernote. Earlier, this was quite a painful experience. Evernote 4 also adds an option to export your notes as a MHT file. There has also been enhancements in note editing with improved copy paste, support for Asian characters, easier entry of geo-location information and more.
If you are already using Evernote 4, choose the check for updates to upgrade to the latest version or download Evernote 4 from here. More at the Evernote blog.
Evernote, the popular note-taking software has crossed a huge milestone today; 5 million active and kicking users. Evernote, is definitely one of the best note-taking software which is available for multiple platforms including Windows, Mac OS X, iPhone and Android.
Another interesting point of their growth is that they added over a million users in the past 83 days. This might be partly due to their new Android app which was well received and Evernote 4 for Windows which was better than their previous versions.
Evernote took more than one year to get to the first million users, however, the adaptability of the software has grown a lot with them adding 4 million new users within the next two years. For more info on their achievement, visit the official Evernote blog.
Evernote has released version 4 of the Windows desktop client of the popular multi-platform note-taking software. The new version is written from scratch and is 5 times faster than Evernote 3.5 and also uses half the memory it used.
Evernote 4 is a major change from Evernote 3.5 and was completely rewritten from ground up. It fixes some major problems with Evernote 3.5 which includes slower start times and large memory footprints among other things. Evernote 4 has also been redesigned and looks completely refreshing when you compare it to Evernote 3.5.
The new interface saves up on a lot of space with a new redesigned menu and a better interface. Creating new notes is also easier than it was with Evernote 3.5. Evernote 4 also supports multitouch gestures and keyboard shortcuts.
Evernote 4 also focuses on ease of use with note creation and editing and also adds Jump Lists support and geo-location capabilities for Windows 7.
For more information on this release and the download links for Evernote 4, visit the Evernote blog.
Evernote the popular note-taking software service has released a new update to their Android app. The new update includes a new Evernote widget, pinch and zoom support and send to Evernote through sharing menu among other things.
Evernote has just released a new update for their Android app which includes some pretty good new features. The new Evernote app now features an Evernote widget which allows you to quickly perform any Evernote action like search notes, add notes etc from the home screen.
The Evernote app also support Pinch and zoom support on Android 2.1 and later. You can now also quickly send a note to Evernote using the sharing menu. This feature is available exclusively for Android users. Another interesting change involved some performance updates which put in the foundation for offline note storage, which is available in iPhone right now.
In addition to these enhancements, there were several bug fixes and changes. You can download the latest Evernote app from the Android Market or learn more about the changes at the official Evernote blog.
Evernote one of my favorite note-taking application just sent out a launch notice which says that they will be releasing something big on July 14th. The launch invite says that Evernote has a big secret which will revealed on July 14, 2010 at 10AM.
It also says that "Evernote’s going to flip its lid" which means that Evernote has definitely changed a lot of things or have added some exciting new features to the already popular note-taking software.
I am a very big fan and would definitely wait for July 14 for the revelation of the secret. In the mean time we will send out our detectives to figure out what Evernote is cooking under the hood. More details to follow when our detectives report back to us.
Evernote is one of the most popularnote taking software I have ever come across, it is easy to use and syncs across multiple devices. Users can also access their notes online at Evernote.
If you have been using desktop based app, you might know how easy it is to add files to your notes, however, don’t fret if you are a Evernote web user, since starting today, Evernote web allows users to drag and drop files to their web interface. Free users will be able to attach images, audio and PDF files to their notes using drag and drop.
However, the new feature is only available in Google Chrome and Safari right now. Users can drag and drop the files on the notebook in the left-hand panel to create a new note, or drag and drop the file into any note too.
After a really long period, Evernote has finally released a new update v3.5 for the most famous note taking software available for Windows, Mac, iPhone and more. The new version of Evernote has been completely rewritten from scratch and packs in quite a lot of new and exciting features.
The new version introduces thumbnail views for quicker browsing of notes along with two other views which include:
Thumbnail view: Rendered thumbnails showing the contents of your notes, images, and PDFs for easy browsing and filtering
List view: Multi-column List Viewwith sorting on any column
Mixed view: Mixed thumbnail + detail view
In addition to this there are several other improvements in note-taking, note editing, searching and more. Evernote 3.5 also makes spell checking easier with auto spell checks as you type. If you love Evernote, this new version will blow you away.
Evernote 3.5 Introduction Video
Watch a video of the new version of Evernote in action. Here are some screenshots of Evernote 3.5 in action.
Evernote the popular note taking software has finally integrated itself with Twitter, the popular social networking site.
With this new integration you can now directly send notes by sending public tweets or using the Direct messaging feature provided by Twitter.
Users will have to follow the steps given below, in order to add notes through tweets.
Follow myEN on Twitter (you will need a Twitter account)
myEN will follow you back, and send you a DM with a link
Click the link, sign into Evernote, and connect your Evernote and Twitter accounts.
Once you have linked your twitter account with evernote, you can start adding notes by either sending a public message:
Or by sending a Direct message:
In addition to that, Evernote will automatically include image thumbnails, when you include a TwitPic image in your tweet, and display it in your note, this feature is definitely cool, and would be much better if expanded to other twitter image sharing websites.