Evernote, the indispensable cloud-based notetaking and clipping service many rely on for storing all their notes, ideas, snapshots etc (myself included), has just received a major update to its iPhone and iPod Touch app. Version 4.0 introduces a complete user interface overhaul, making the mobile app much more user friendly and visually more appealing. The new home screen now shows the notes list in Snippet View. If a note is text only, the title and excerpt of text will be shown. If the note only contains an image, a row will simply display a slice of that image. And a mixture of the both will be displayed if the note contains other forms of content.
The redesigned New Note screen also makes adding notes snappier and more streamlined. The top half of the page is the note entry area, while the lower half allows users to create/edit tags, attach multiple images from the camera roll and record audio notes of up to 90 minutes. Evernote users on the iPhone will undoubtedly welcome these well thought out changes. Check out complete list of what’s new, plus video demo after the gap.
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