Last Updated on: 13th December 2023, 04:25 pm
Evernote – an application designed for storing and organizing notes, creating lists and archiving, developed by the Evernote Company, headquartered in Redwood City, California. The program allows you to automatically create notes from text files, web pages, photos, audio recordings or handwritten notes. Evernote files can contain attachments, be sorted into notebooks, tagged, edited and exported to external programs.
Evernote is a cross-platform app available for iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Chrome OS, BlackBerry OS, webOS, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, WatchOS, PebbleOS, Wear OS, and macOS. It is also possible to log in to the website via a web browser. The program can be used for free with a monthly data transfer limit or in a paid subscription with no limit.
Major changes have been made in version 10 of the desktop application. This version removed the most of the preferences that allowed the application to be adapted to the user’s needs. In particular, it is not possible to change global hotkeys, which causes big problems, among others for people with a Polish keyboard.
There are a number of independent clients for working with Evernote:
– NixNote is a cross-platform open source Evernote client written in Java that can run on any operating system with a Java Virtual Machine (Java SE), including Windows, Linux, OS X, and more. Previously, the client was called NeverNote.
– People’s Note is a Windows Mobile client with full integration with Evernote. Also supports offline storage of notes.
– Ploze is a client for Windows Mobile that allows you to view, search, and create notes on Windows Mobile even without an internet connection.
– Everpad is a client for Linux.
– Geeknote is a console client for Linux.
– Alternote is an alternative, paid client for OS X.
Evernote was founded by Stepan Pachikov and released in open beta on June 24, 2008.