Evernote is now rolling out an update to its mobile client for Android. Although this new version contains interesting new features, the major changes, unfortunately, are reserved for its Premium users only.
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Evernote cannot but take security seriously. Which is why it is now implementing the second part of its two-step verification rollout which brings the new security system to all users of the service, no payments necessary.
Evernote and adhesive and Post-it maker 3M has just announced a new line of sticky notes that integrates the paper product into a paperless world.
Evernote still has a stronghold in that market. The developer team has recently pushed an update for its Android app that will ensure that the king of the hill won't so easily be dethroned any time soon.
Evernote for Android has received a new update, this one bringing with it the ability to edit attached documents using OfficeSuite. Such is aimed at users who find themselves frequently editing documents or find them to be a central aspect of their Evernote experience.
Evernote for Android update has arrived. This one brings a nice mix of improvements as well as integration with OfficeSuite and Skitch. There were also some changes dealing with the Reminders list and with the widgets. This update is already available by way of the Play Store, however some of these changes will only be available for those with a Premium Evernote account.
Evernote added Reminders to the Mac and iOS apps a short while back and as of today it looks like Android users have gotten that same update. Basically, the Evernote for Android update has added the support for Reminders. More to the point though, that means Android users will have the ability to pin notes to the top of the note list as well as create note based to-dos and alarms.
Evernote promised a two-step verification login earlier in the year and as of today the official announcement has been made. The company has detailed their latest update, which is security minded and with talk of the two-step verification as well as access history and authorized applications. Using these three features combined should keep your Evernote account safe and secure, but as we often see with security features -- these are optional.
Google Glass apps had been pretty limited and up until today there was just two, one for Path and the other for The New York Times. That said, the app situation appears to be growing as of today. There has been several apps mentioned and today we are getting a look at one from Twitter and from Evernote.