Evernote updated for tablets

Evernote 4.1 has been released with a bunch of great updates for Android tablets. A revamped UI takes advantage of all that screen real-estate with a left-hand pane for navigation and content pages on the right that are easy to swipe through. There's a new list view to make it easy to see notes by location, date, title, or tags. A solid addition for both Android phone and tablet users are sublists, which allow users to bump bulleted lists inwards additional levels.

Evernote is a top-notch cloud note-taking app that has recently been dabbling in a few other dedicated apps, like Skitch for project management, Hello for contact management, and Food for culinary bookkeeping. 

I've always been a fan of the app, even if it only gets used occasionally, and a lot of people swear by it. There are competitors like Springpad out there, but so far few have come close to what Evernote has to offer. The only real clincher is that if you're particularly busy, you'll probably need to sign up for a premium account. Get downloading below! Any big Evernote fans in the house?

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Evernote updated for tablet interfaces

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I use Evernote daily, for work and university. Only thing I've found that comes close is Microsoft's OneNote, but Evernote wins by having Inking available on their Android app. The combination of Android, Chrome extensions and Desktop application means that I can access my notes anywhere at any time.

One of the few apps I find worthwhile enough to pay a yearly fee for the upgraded version allowing more data and local storage. "Evernoters" are about as passionate as the Apple folks. It really is a great service....the cross platform capabilities make it really useful.