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In late January Evernote introduced handwritten note recognition to the beta version of its app, and today they are rolling the feature out to the stable version of the app as well.
A new Evernote update has arrived to Android, bringing with it new custom reminders and a few other improvements.
Everyone from every demographic can find a use for taking notes. We’re helping out by showing you our picks for the best note taking apps for Android.
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Evernote CEO Phil Libin says the company is planning to launch its own hardware in partnership with OEMs. What kind of innovative gadget could this be?
Features, features, and a whole lotta features – that’s what Evernote promises if you don’t dump the service and move to Google Keep. What’s new on Evernote 5.0?
If you haven’t downloaded Evernote for your Android device yet, the note-taking app that won “The Best Mobile App for Enterprise” award at MWC 2013, Deutsche Telekom is giving you a good reason to do so.
While Google had a dabble in similar territory before to no success (remember Google Notebook?), it appears that the tech giant is on the cusp of introducing a new note-taking service, dubbed as Google Keep.