I have yet to take the Evernote plunge, and I don't use Pinterest unless I'm looking over my wife's shoulder. Yet, I admit I have a need for some variety of Web-clipping app. My current strategy, if you can call it that, is leaving browser tabs open for days on end, or adding to my ever-increasing and wholly unorganized list of bookmarks.
Google is showing off its wearable tech again, this time with an app-filled presentation at South by Southwest Interactive.
The presentation, which Engadget captured in Austin today, showed apps from The New York Times, Evernote, Skitch, and Path.
Of course, there was also a Gmail app. When an e-mail arrives, Google Glass wearers can use voice command to prompt Google's e-mail service to deliver the sender's image and subject line to the glasses' screen. Users can then tell the app what to write back.
The New York Times application will deliver an article in the form of an … Read more
Yet another company has fallen victim to a hack, with attackers breaking into systems at Evernote, maker of a Web-based note-taking application used by about 50 million people.
The company said in a security notice that some user data had been accessed and that Evernote was requiring all users to reset their passwords. Apparently, though, no sensitive financial information was stolen, and no user content was affected:
"In our security investigation, we have found no evidence that any of the content you store in Evernote was accessed, changed or lost," the company said in the statement, which was … Read more
The latest version of the Dolphin mobile browser debuts a slick new feature for sharing, desktop sync, and Evernote Web Clipper integration.
The Dolphin browser for Android (download), Dolphin browser for iPhone (download), and Dolphin browser for iPad (download) all come with one-tap sharing, a multi-faceted option for getting the Web site you're looking at to your friends as efficiently as possible.
One-tap sharing currently works with Twitter, Facebook, and e-mail, but it also includes an option called Wi-Fi Broadcast. Wi-Fi Broadcast will let you share an item with anybody on the same Wi-Fi network who is also running … Read more
It appears that BlackBerry 10 -- Research In Motion's next operating system -- will support deep integration of the online notes service Evernote.
Now that RIM has released BlackBerry 10's SDK and APIs for software-makers to start coding in earnest, one of the apps in the new operating system generating buzz is a personal information manager (PIM) called "Remember." RIM hasn't publicly demonstrated the app, but RIM's developer documentation offers a hint at what's in store.
In addition to organizing functions such as e-mail, contacts, and calendars, the app also features something it … Read more
PARIS -- In an attempt to bridge from individual users to corporate accounts, Evernote has launched version of its cloud-based document repository for business customers.
Evernote Business costs $10 per employee per month, CEO Phil Libin said at the LeWeb show here. It combines features of Evernote's premium personal accounts with central services business customers might need, such as the ability to share documents with all employees.
Evernote lets people store and edit documents with a wide range of media types -- audio, Web pages, photos, and of course text -- and synchronize it with the cloud, personal computers, … Read more
Evernote has done a major overhaul of its application for the Mac, with a more visual layout and new features meant to make browsing and sharing notes easier, the company announced in its blog today.
Evernote's marketing guy, Andrew Sinkov, wrote that the company always tries to incorporate what users want in their updates, but this one changes the app more than ever.
"No previous update has matched the scope of what we're launching today," he wrote. "We've spent the past year identifying the needs of new and advanced users to craft an environment … Read more
iPhone and iPad owners who use Evernote will find tasks easier and quicker to perform in the latest version.
Out today, Evernote 5 for iOS kicks off with a revamped home screen. Acting as a virtual file folder, the new screen provides one-tap access to key areas, such as Places, Tags, Notebooks, and All Notes. Using the Quick Note buttons at the top of the screen, you can create a new note, snap a photo, or scan a physical document with your device's camera.
Tapping on the All Notes view displays your notes as virtual index cards, so you … Read more