The Good Evernote gives you access to your notes, images, and voice recordings on all your devices. A premium subscription includes PIN access, among other features.
The Bad Evernote's new work-focused features aren't useful for individual users and most are only available to paid subscribers.
The Bottom Line If you're looking for a note-taking app that syncs across all platforms -- or just an easy way to keep track of your digital odds and ends -- Evernote is a worthwhile download.
Fantastic note-taking with more extras than you need
Editors' note, May 8, 2015: This review has been updated with details on new paid subscriptions in Evernote.
Evernote is an excellent, access-from-anywhere note-taking system, which includes apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, PC and Mac. In the last year, Evernote has made a shift from mere note-taking service to a far more robust tool for writing, collaborating and researching. The company's added more tools for people who use Evernote in their work life to collect ideas and work on them with a team of people.
But fear not, if you still use Evernote for non-work related reasons, as the the core features are still there and just as good as they've always been. And, like before, Evernote's suite of mobile apps offer a great way to browse and search your notes, create new ones and save important photos, recordings and more tidbits.