Evernote's constantly improving its mobile apps. Here's a look at what's new in the latest version.
T-Mobile ditches two-year contracts, LinkedIn changes its search tool, and the Evernote app updates its note-taking tools on Android.
The platform, which includes extra features for enhanced productivity, typically costs customers $45 per year.
The Android version of the note-taking app gets a crisp new look in its 5.0 update.
Enough with the talk of Google Keep killing Evernote. In its current form, this newborn app would be no match. That said, it's still a pretty good note-taker that has a lot of upside.
Keep's simplicity, sharing and voice transcription-to-text capabilities will come in handy when the primary interface is voice, as with Google Glass.
The company launched the service, which is integrated with Drive, along with an Android app.
Streaming-music subscriptions look to be the next Internet battleground, Google adds filters to search for animated gifs, and Evernote Food serves up new reservation and recipe tools.
Add to Wunderlist is a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari that makes it easy to clip pages as you surf.
In addition to Gmail, Google Glass has apps from The New York Times, Evernote, Skitch, and Path.
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