The Evernote Android app has been given a slick new user-interface designed to speed up the things you do most often, like add new notes, access shortcuts and switch between business and personal notebooks … 

Android users also get the Web Clipper, which has been available on other platforms for some time, allowing webpages to be easily added to the app. Sharing content with friends and colleagues has also been made easier.

A fresh look for the app, redesigned to serve you better!

Quick note -Tap the round green + to create different types of notes

Revamped navigation -Simpler navigation drawer with direct access to shortcuts

Improved note editor -Cleaner layout

Handwriting improvements – Shape recognition – Pinch to zoom

Evernote Web Clipper – Collect and organize articles, research, and other content from the web

Evernote is a freemium app offering in-app purchases. It is available from the Google play store.

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