Evernote 2.0 Launches For Android

Evernote has launched a 2.0 version of their service for the Android platform. Evernote is a service that lets you capture ideas and experiences whenever you are on-the-go. This includes snapshots, text, whiteboards, wine labels, website clips, etc.

Evernote 2.0 for Android has a new home screen with big icons to create new notes, take a snapshot, tag notes, search, and set up notebooks.

At the top of every screen is a Search button that lets you create new searches, view previous searches, and access saved searches for things that are near you. When you want to look at different notes, you can use the swipe interface.

One of Evernote’s most requested features for Premium users is offline notebooks. If you have a premium account, you will have the ability to specify notebooks that you want stored for offline viewing in the Settings Screen. Evernote will download all of the specified notebooks and its attached files, then save them on the SD card.

Check out the video demo below for a demo:

[Evernote Blog]

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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