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Evernote, the every day assistant

14 February 2010Entry by

First, I downloaded Evernote, I really didn’t figured it out, for what it was good to. I installed it on my N900, on my macbook and on my work-pc.

I’m kind of an old school note writer. Ideas, sketches, things I have to remember, I used to write down my every day notes on my writing pad, which I was carrying with me, always.

Now with the app installed, I just started to make my notes, on my N900, my mac and pc. On the N900 it isn’t really an app yet (I hope it will become soon), but you can access your account with all your synced notes over the desktop shortcut, which will open the integrated browser. But the thing is, that in combination for example with pixelpipe you are able to send instant messages straight to your Evernote account, which is synchronized with all your other devices you have installed Evernote.

Take snapshots, write down your ideas, shopping lists, whatever you want to remember, from everywhere and share it to your “digital” notepad all with just “one click” over your N900.

I started to like Evernote very much. It has made my life another time easier again. But in an productive way. I use it already for my everyday work. The big advantage is really having your notes put in one place together, so you can work out your savings from your phone directly when you’re back on your working place.

Fact is, Evernote is a great app, and I don’t want to miss it anymore.

- Sam -


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