Evernote Android for Android
After months of development, Evernote for Android has launched and is available in the Android Market for free. Of course, there is a premium version too.
Evernote for Android allows you to create text notes, snap photos, and record audio. In addition, you can easily attached files to your notes. Free subscribers can add PDFs, text, audio, or image files. Premium subscribers can attach any file they like, as long as the total note size is under 25MB.
Evernote for Android allows you to seemlessly search through you notes and synch them with your desktop computer (and vice versa). On top of this, Evernote’s image recognition will use OCR to automatically recognizes text contained within snapshots. Useful for business cards and whiteboards. You better hope your camera is up to the job! There are loads more features too, so check out their official release page to find out more.
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I am confused. I have had Evernote on my Android phone for several months now. . . what is new? Screen shots look the same to me. I have to say it is fairly clunky feeling to use
This is the same version that has been out for months. It is significantly behind the iPhone client, and needs a workflow overhaul, some toolbar buttons onscreen instead of hidden menus and the ability to sync offline notebooks to the SD card before it will be a usable alternative. Please update this app, Evernote!
Same here. I’ve had Evernote for quite a while on my Android. What’s new?
The linked “release” page shows a December 2009 date. Old news.