Computerized Investing > July 21, 2012

Evernote for Android

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by CI Staff

If you are like us, you don’t venture very far without your phone. If you are disorganized as we can be, heaven help you! For that reason we are compulsive list makers. Luckily, there are a number of productivity apps that attempt to organize our lives. One of them is Evernote, which is actually a cross-platform, note-taking and synchronizing application. It is available as a free app for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Palm WebOS, and Windows Mobile. Recently, however, Evernote for Android went through a significant overhaul.

The new Android app features a home screen where you can create a new note or browse existing ones by notebook (a collection of notes), tags or places. Evernote lets you keep track of virtually everything, from written lists to photos and audio files. While traveling for business, you can take photos of receipts to turn into your accounting department as well as of business cards. We use Evernote the most to keep track of to-do lists; you can create bulleted, numbered or check-off lists for anything you can think of. It is especially useful for keeping track of grocery, shopping and packing lists.

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