Evernote has never been far behind when it comes to updates, and the latest does not disappoint. In line with Google's new Material design, Evernote has received an overhauled UI that makes things more streamlined and easer to access than past versions. Don't worry though, things are still green — just a different shade (and much less of it).
The new interface features navigation drawers that are much easier to use than before, giving you quick access to notes, notebooks, shortcuts, and the like. A round green + sits on the screen for one tap access to new notes as well, so you can always add things quickly right from the main screen.
In addition, there have been improvements to handwriting, shape recognition, and an improved note editor. Some bug fixes get thrown in as well just to keep things tidy.
Evernote is free to use (a premium subscription is available) and the update is available now in Google Play.
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