Evernote gets update, new features included

Evernote gets update, new features included

Evernote has been the popular note-taking option in the electronic medium for some time, offering apps on multiple platforms and seamless syncing between them all, and plenty of other features to boot. Things like picture, audio, and web link integration make it a handy catch all for all of the various tidbits of information one would like to keep handy.

Evernote has enhanced its Android experience even more, with speech-to-text integration for notes (for ICS runners and “some other devices”), and better widget options (available as a separate download) including “Quick Snapshot.” This opens up the camera and the picture snapped is automatically added to your Evernote files, cutting out several steps that were required before. All in all, not a bad update to an already exceptional note system.

If you haven’t updated to the latest Evernote version on your Android device, you can do so by clicking on the Play Store link below. With that being said, we want to know if you use an app for notes. If so, which one? Let us know in the comments!

Source Evernote blog

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