Evernote

Evernote app can now scan business cards

Evernote has always been one of the most widely used note-taking apps in the mobile world today. It's a favorite of journalists and just about anyone who has OCD in writing and organizing. The Android version of the app was recently introduced to include business card scanning. This brings business card exchange to a whole new level. It's not just about swapping cards--you can now easily scan the card so details are stored on a phone immediately.

Evernote to add Work Chat feature for better collaboration

If you didn't love Evernote enough before, a new upcoming feature for the note-taking and productivity app might make you fall in love with it even more. That is, if you're the sort who likes to (needs to) collaborate with other people on work or school projects. The Work Chat feature lets you stay on Evernote even while discussing changes and tasks with other members of your team.

Evernote 6 for Android: easier note creation, new design

For people who cannot live without their Evernote app professionally and personally, the new Android update will make you giddy. Not only does it have a brand new design (well, as brand new as their look could ever be), but it brings new ways of integrating your favourite productivity app with your Android smartphone. Now you have easier note creation, better web clipping from your mobile browser and faster notebook sharing.

Microsoft OneNote for Android beta program opens

We get that Evernote got here first, and is rightly claiming a majority of the market. Maybe that is why Microsoft is opening itself to suggestions from users as it tests out the Android beta for note-taking and archiving software OneNote, as announced on the Microsoft Office blog yesterday. OneNote has made its way over to Android, but it might not be long before we see a better, stand-alone version of Microsoft’s note-taking app.

Sunrise integrates Songkick, Evernote, other popular apps

For people who are never satisfied with their smartphone’s built-in calendar app and are always on the lookout for the next best one, Sunrise’s newest integrations can offer them something other apps don’t have yet. The recent announcements of apps they’ve partnered with include Songkick, Evernote, Github, Asana and Tripit.

Five great last-minute gifts for Dad this Father’s Day

Need a gift idea for Dad this Father’s Day? The day is fast approaching, and if you need some ideas for a last-minute gift, we’ve compiled a few you can typically pick up while out and about. Dads can be hard to shop for, but our list will have you looking like the best kid he’s ever had.  

Skitch for Android update improves the toolbars

Skitch for Android has recently been updated. This latest update brings the app to version 2.7 and is already available by way of the Google Play Store. This one didn't bring a lengthy changelog like we often like to see, but it did bring some improvements to the toolbars.

Android note taking apps: which will work for you?

You have a smartphone for a reason, or more likely several. Gaming, chatting, navigation — there are a ton of reasons to have a mobile device. One of those reasons is taking notes, and keeping track of life. With plenty of options out there, which are the best? Is there any one app that will do it all for you? We take a look at a few of the more popular note taking apps to find out.

Evernote for Android: handwriting first look

Handwriting support has been available in the beta version of the Evernote app for a little while now. Evernote participates in the Play Store beta setup, so users do have the option to run the beta releases, but we prefer to stick with the regular releases. That said, having been not so patiently waiting for handwriting support to arrive in the Android version of Evernote -- we were glad to see the release arrive earlier this morning.
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