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Evernote for Android is Now Available

Today, the Android Market welcomes another useful application; Evernote, which is a free download. This new app allows you to take notes on your Android device, those notes could have pictures and audio files, that will automatically synchronized with your online Evernote account. Evernote is already a popular note-taking application on other platforms; Windows, Mac, BlackBerry, and according to the iPhone and iPod Touch owners is impressive. On a personal note, I can say that it is also impressive on the Palm Pre, since I been using it for a little over six months on my webOS smartphone, and now, I can't wait to use it on Android! With Evernote, you can basically take notes, tag them and put them in virtual notebooks, easy, isn't it? And now, those who have an Android phone will be able to enjoy this application. This new release brings location-awareness as well as other useful features like optionally geotagging every note. As mentioned before, downloading the app is free, and also an Evernote account is free, but there's also a premium option. The premium service goes from $5 a month, to $45 a year, and it gives you up to 500MB a month in uploads. [Via SlashGear]

LogDog  lets you know if someone’s hacking your online accounts

It’s true what they say, you won’t really care about hacking unless you yourself (or people really close to you) have been hacked. But you have to understand that this is such a common occurrence that protecting our online properties should be second nature to us. Sometimes though, you don’t know that you’ve been hacked or that someone is trying to hack you until it’s too late. A new app called LogDog not only protects you online but also serves as a hacking watchdog with an early warning system.

Google announces Material Design Showcase and Awards at I/O 2015

It's almost a year now since Google first introduced their Material Design visual guidelines which they encouraged Android app developers to apply to their respective programs. At first it was just a hypothetical idea then it turned into a whole new ballgame for developers and for Google itself. Today at the I/O conference, they announced 18 great apps that showcased the best of their new visual ethos, and gave special awards to 6 of them, this year's equivalent of their Beautiful Design collection of the previous years.

Phree smart pen lets you turn the world into one big paper

You're in a conference and taking notes on paper may be how you're used to doing it, but making them digital is such a pain. You want to sketch that beautiful scenery in front of you, but using your finger on your tablet is just not enough. You need to write down a phone number or address, but for one reason or another, you can't bring out your phone and you know if you write it on paper, you'll lose it. A new Kickstarter project is trying to help you solve those problems.

Livescribe+ goes out of Preview and is now live for Android devices

Just a few days after it went on Preview mode in the Google Play Store, the Livescribe apps are finally live for Android devices. This means that those who have Livescribe 3 will finally be able to do more with their pen and their gadgets, transforming analog into digital easily. Both apps, the Livescribe+ and the Livescribe Link will now be fully functional, making it easier to manage your smartpen and all the materials you create from it.

Livescribe+ Preview now available on Android devices

There are times when typing on a keyboard is more convenient when encoding your thoughts, plans, schoolwork, etc. But then there are also times when actually writing down stuff or drawing by hand is a better way to express yourself. But what if you wanted to digitize that as well? You scan or take a picture? Smart pens have now made that process easier, and of those is Livescribe 3. Now the accompanying app is available for Android devices, making your life even more convenient.

Samsung gives boatload of premium freebies for Galaxy S6, S6 edge

You now have your brand new kick-ass Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge (or both, if you have money to spare) and you're enjoying exploring all its features and nooks and crannies. But you wish you had more content on your new smartphone to enjoy it further right? Samsung has heard your wish and is in fact offering a pretty great exclusive package of premium apps that have been optimized for the new flagship devices. New Galaxy S6 owners, better take advantage of Samsung Galaxy Gifts.

Google Keep for Android Wear allows note-taking without typing

Google Keep keeps on  imrpoving and helping more Android users with its features. The productivity app went live officially two years ago and has since received numerous updates. The latest one includes new organization features plus sharing of "to do" lists with family. While taking notes on the Android app is already possible and is actually easy and convenient, it needs to be updated for use with Android Wear on a smartwatch.

Send yourself notes from desktop to smartphone through Google

You're busy doing something on your desktop when you suddenly realize that you've run out of milk at home and you need to pass by a convenience store before going home. But your phone is in the next room and you don't want to break your stride. Yeah, you can use a to-do list app that will sync from your desktop to smartphone, but what if there was an easier way? Google is trying to make life more convenient by giving you that capability.
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