Evernote have been busy. They've managed to always update the app with the latest and greatest Android features around, and are constantly improving their service. Their most recent update brings an entire new level of notifications to Evernote thanks to Jelly Bean's expanded notifications.
Evernote has just launched their new Evernote Food app for Android. Whether you've created a meal, enjoyed a meal, or saw something you don't want to forget Evernote Food will help you save it -- and quickly find it for later use. Everyone to the table: Evernote Food is here!
Evernote is branching out from its standard notation/bookmark/link sharing service into something a little more relatable. Today they're launching Evernote Hello, a contact manager that aims to make remembering your contacts much easier with contextual information. The free app builds on Evernote's established services by backing up said contacts in your Evernote account, eliminating that annoying need to send out a Facebook message to tell everyone you lost your phone (not that Android users have to worry there).
over ten million downloads, and at least part of that is because of the strength of its add-on system. In that respect it's often thought of as "Firefox for Android" (even though we now have, well, Firefox for Android). Today developer MoboTap is partnering with Evernote to add both the primary Evernote functionality and notation engine Skitch to its widening array of integrated services via Dolphin's add-on system.
Evernote was recently updated and it now fully supports Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets. The phone user interface looked and worked great already but a polished and pretty UI just for Honeycomb was needed, and they have now delivered just that.
Evernote v2.0 for Android released, complete with features like offline notebook synchronization (selective for Premium subscribers), integration with Android 2.1/2.2 searches and new Share functionality that allows you to add any content to a new Evernote note from elsewhere on the smartphone. There's also improved browsing, a new UI and general speed improvements, and the homescreen widget is tweaked as well. Evernote 2.0 for Android is a free download, and accounts with the service are free as well.
version 2.0. The app allows the user to capture digital information and access if from any device.