Evernote, One Of The Best Applications Available For Android
Evernote is one of the most popular productivity apps on the market with a lot of features and an amazing UI. The application allows you to save data such as text notes, pictures, voice messages which can be organized into notebooks which are uploaded the cloud to your Evernote account and accessible on your PC, Mac or other Android device.
This way you never loose your data sync everything is synced to the cloud, even if you reset your phone, or lose it or anything, your notes are still safe. Now lets get to what you can do with this amazing app.
When you start Evernote, first off you have to create or log in to your account. If you are accessing a previously used account, Evernote will download your notebooks so you have all of your data with you. On the main screen we have 6 options.
The first one, create a note, lets you create notes with text, images, sound recordings or a combination of them all. You can enter text, add bullet or numbered lists, change fonts, add audi/picture attachments from your SD card or take a picture then and there and save it. Same goes for voice recording. You can easily make notes this way during lectures at your college or a business meeting or just use it for everyday to tasks to record a new idea or task before you forget it.
The second option, allows you take take a snapshot and save it, it basically does the same thing as Create a note, but it’s good to have a dedicated option so you can take snaps quickly and save them. After that you have 4 more options that let you add tags to your notes (for easy searching), view all notes, view notes by notebook (or create a netbook) and lastly we have the shared option. This one lets you view shared notes with friends and colleagues through Facebook or Twitter.
The app has a lot of functions to choose from, you can create detailed notes, organize them, sync them to the cloud or share them via email or social networks. It works great and the UI is simply one of the best you’ll find on an app. And its all for free, so should definitely get Evernote.