Evernote optimizes app with Android 4.1-specific features
Evernote recently debuted a new version of its popular, and increasingly cooler note-taking/utility tool application with features specifically created for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This release (v4.2) gives users an even quicker way to interact with Evernote, including directly from the notification shade. Additional details include thumbnails and text snippets for newly synchronized notes as well as the ability to share or edit recent notes… all from the notification shade. Of course there’s also bux fixes, performance enhancements, and UI tweaks as well.
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