Evernote is the note-taking application that features everything you might want when jotting down a quick list or preparing a digital folder of documents. Unlike other note taking apps, Evernote allows you to create notes with your handwriting, camera, attachments, simple text, and much more.
One of the benefits of Evernote is that it not only syncs between your phones and tablets, but also Evernote apps on other mobile and desktop platforms. The Evernote team have also built versions of the mobile note-taking application for Android Wear and Google Glass — making it easier than ever to access notes on the go.
One of the best aspects of Evernote is just how easy it is to organize, sort, and search through your notes. Simply add your notes to a notebook and add custom tags so that you will be able to visually look through your different notes based on how you have organized them. When you can't seem to find the correct note, simply use the advanced Evernote search to find keywords that might be included in the note you are looking for. The Evernote search is powerful enough to also scan and analyse your written notes and should be able to locate any wanted notes.
When creating and organizing simple notes is not enough, you can also use Evernote to scan business cards and convert the image into a contact on your device. Additionally, you will be able to upload and attach different file types (such as photos and PDFs) and annotate directly on top of them. When you are done working on your different types of notes, you can share individual notes or even entire notebooks with other Evernote users so that they can view and collaborate on your work.
Since its arrival on Android, Evernote has continued to grow and adapt to the always changing app environment. Since the release of Material Design, Evernote has redesigned their mobile applications to fit the guidelines and make an elegantly designed note-taking application.
There are premium and business versions of Evernote that unlocks the ability to add as many notes, business cards, shared notebooks, and much more. For the standard user that might be taking notes in meetings or lectures, the standard account that is created when setting up Evernote is normally more than enough.
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