[Updated] Download Evernote for Android v4.0 With Exciting New Features

Sanjana May 18, 2012 0

If you are one of those nerds who is still leading a paper-cluttered life, its time you got rid of those fluttering notes. After all when will you make a good use of your smartphone? So go ahead and download a note-taking app that will indeed make your life more simpler and easier.

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With more than 10 million downloads and still counting,

Evernote is one of the must-have Android applications to stay organized. And the good news is Evernote app receives an upgrade with a brand new look and features. The redesigned home screen has a scrollable display of all your notes based on dates along with a preview of the content, that would make it more simpler to search for a note and open it.

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has also been updated and it now combines user notebooks with shared notebooks. The new contextual Action Bars give you access to more functionality. Another new addition to Evernote is the Swipeable navigation by which you can swipe right from your note and note list to display the home screen without the hassle of having to click back and forth. The swipeable navigation also operates

when you wish to move from Notebook to Tag to Place views.

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Evernote is already a solid note-taking app and cialis online these updations are an icing on top. Users can make a regular note, an indented or numbered list, to-dos, a task list and even insert photo and audio. One of the strongest points of the app is that it enables users to sync their notes across desktop computers, Android, iOS devices and other platforms.

You can download Evernote 4.0 for Android from the Google Play Store for free and bade an everlasting goodbye to those piles of papers. To download it directly to your smartphone or tablet, visit the app page and just hit the Install to begin the download and installation process. The updated version of this app is 4.0 and it requires Android version 1.6 and up to operate.

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