Evernote, possibly the best thing to ever happen for disorganized people with multiple smartphones and computers, has announced a beta release of version 2.0. I've been using Evernote a while, and this looks like it's going to be good! Currently changed in the beta:
- A new user interface that makes thing easier to sort, search and browse
- Easier note creation
- Multiple attachments
- Dramatic speed increase (and they aren't blowing smoke with this one, it's fast now)
- Offline notebook sync for premium users
They also have a laundry list of other changes to come, including more work on the above changes. You can read the full change log, and download the beta at the source link. You'll probably want to sync and uninstall your current version of Evernote first; they warn that you might need to and I had to uninstall/reinstall to get things running smoothly. We've got some pics of the new UI and features after the break. Get the download at the source link. [Evernote] Thanks hertzi for the tip!
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