Evernote is a storage service where users can clip notes from the web, take snapshots, record audio, and search on the computer for that saved information. Information that is taken can be stored on Evernote’s cloud servers. Evernote has software available for the PC, Mac, iPhone, Windows Mobile, the Web, and now they have a BlackBerry application available.
To use the software, BlackBerry users can navigate around the interface using the track ball. At the bottom of the application is a search box that allows you to find notes by tags. The Menu button allows you to view recently created notes, pending notes that are uploading, and the ability to activate the GPS. Playing back voice notes requires opening the BlackBerry media player.
The application is free, but subscriptions costs $5 per month for 40MB. The application works with the Bold, Storm, and the Curve 8900. It is currently only available through BlackBerry App World. Evernote raised $4.5 million this past January.