Evernote for Windows Phone has been updated to version 2.5. According to the change list on the Windows Phone store, the updated Evernote app features a new tile layout design for note list. Each tile comes with the note title, date, and text from the note. Where the note contains an image, a preview of the image will take up the lower two-thirds of the tile. The tile also shows an icon indicating an audio or file attachment.

The login and registration screens have been redesigned too. For those looking to explore and discover the app, the update has introduced new popup tips. The note editing mode is now more spacious, making it easier for users to not only view content, but also edit it. The updated app for Windows Phone users introduces several performance improvements, including faster startup. Head over to the store, here to install the updated app. The app runs on Windows Phone 7.5 or higher. 

Using the Evernote application, Windows Phone users can save content from notes to ideas to snapshots to recordings. The app promises to put everything into Evernote while synchronising your content in the phone with the web and your PC.

New app has a spacious Note Editor

New app has a spacious Note Editor

Users can pin template tiles, create a new note complete with a title, tags, notebook, and content. Further, the app offers text templates that open up new note in the editor, photo templates that start the camera, and audio templates that start recording automatically.

At the fag end of last year, Evernote got a major Windows Phone update. The new version is 2.1, and the update got note pinning, language support, and more. Pinning notes to the home screen lets you access notes, notebooks, and features quicker. To access pinning, go to Evernote Settings > General > Pin to Start Page. Here you can choose to pin specific new note options, such as a new text note, snapshot note, and new audio note. Tapping these options from the home screen will launch them into the note. To pin a notebook or tag, swipe to the relevant screen, then tap the Pin button at the bottom of the screen. On the home screen the tile will include a number showing how many notes are related to the notebook or tag. To pin a note, open the note, tap the dots in the menu, and choose 'Pin this Note'.

Evernote for Mac got updated recently. The new Evernote for Mac 3.2 introduced a host of improvements. The highlight of the updated Evernote is the Activity Stream, which is a feature that keeps users updated with the on goings in one’s account. It also brings in update to all graphical elements to support the new MacBook Retina displays.

Evernote updated its app for Android too recently, especially for tablet users. The upgrades include a completely redesigned tablet interface coupled with a new note view. The popular note taking application has been spruced up to work well on 7-inch tablets such as the Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire. The Evernote app for Android also boasts of a new homescreen. The user only needs to tap on the screen to create a new note or view his or her notebook, tags, and place views. The update also brought a host of swipe interactions, which Evernote believes improves navigation through the app. It allows users to swipe the note list to view it on full-screen mode or swipe it in the opposite direction to get back to the left panel. The design of the Note list, too has undergone a change in the update for Android.

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