In case you don’t know yet, Evernote is an application that lets users create notes, record audio, snap photos, track to-dos or clip web pages. Users have the ability to quickly find any note previously created and synchronized across platforms (desktop, phone, web).
Evernote is free, but there’s a premium service available, too, which provides additional functionality.
“We’re incredibly excited to be working closely with Samsung on their line of Android phones. Android represents Evernote’s fastest growing mobile platform. This partnership helps Evernote reach a huge new audience with our promise of perfect memory for everyone,” declared Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote.
Evernote is currently also available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows and Mac OS X.
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