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The premise of EverNote is that making notes should involve much more flexibility than simply typing, or worse, writing text and then worrying about how to access it later. At its simplest you can tap out a quick list on your Droid and it immediately be uploaded the Evernote online cloud.
You can then read this note on any device that runs a version of the Evernote software (it’s available for most platforms, mobile, or deskbound). Where this gets really interesting is that you can include photos taken on the phone or voice recordings and even add tags that associate, say, an image with a topic.
Everything is searchable, and EverNote says that voices or text within photos – a wine bottle label, say – are automatically converted to editable text. Sounds great in theory. read more