Version: 5.4.3 || Release Date: 2013-10-01 || License: Freeware Developer: Evernote | App Owner: cleveland

Capture notes from anywhere and store in a central, searchable place.

Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at anytime, from anywhere.

  • Create notes containing text and audio
  • Find printed and handwritten text within images
  • Clip application and web content directly into Evernote
  • Synchronize with the Evernote Service and access all notes, even ones taken using other clients

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28 Opinions

I don't think the program itself is better than Yojimbo or Together(I own both).
But I'm using this instead of others because
1) I can get to my stuff from anywhere because it sync to web server.
2) text recognition

Looks really cool, until i realized you HAD to create an account to use the desktop software.. im assuming the recognition software is serverside, ... too big brotherish for me. Is that why its free?

Latest mac versions routinely die on opening. At first seemed very promising. Not reliable now. Even the crash reporting dies....

I am using it on Mac and PC - the sync works fine. Unlike Journler you can't add attachment to notes which would be a feature I would use for sure.

It is free with limited online space - they will surely have paying models once I have put loads of data online.

It is nearly stable - I had only on crash on PC - not mac (eh eh).

I like the Outlook plugin that allows saving emails as notes.

Overall a very nice application that I use in // to Journler but for other type of information,

Ok, I've been vocal about my disdain for beta apps on iusethis.com... but I have 10 invites to Evernote right now and for those that want one send me an email to rbrimhall at gmail dot com.

Evernote is pretty cool. Its an on-line Journler, Together, etc. The text recognition for photos taken with my iPhone is pretty impressive.

This is not vaporware i am using it, with the online service as well it works. I wish it had TOP file support but it's coming soon.

Im beginning to worry this is vaporware. I can't get an invitation to the beta for the online service. I have the mac client which is nice but the real cool features require the online access which I don't have yet. Also it doesn't work with pdf's yet as far as I can tell.

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