Evernote App for Windows 8, 10 is Now Faster and More Stable
Evernote has been in the Windows Store for quite a while now and was actually among the first ones which we thoroughly reviewed. It has received since its initial release quite a lot of updates and today we’re talking about the latest one.
When it comes to taking notes with your Windows 8 tablet or desktop device, one of the best tools that can come in real handy is Evernote. Of course, Microsoft fans can always resort to the OneNote app which has also been recently updated and comes with just as great features. Evernote Touch for Windows 8 has been update with just “bug fixes”, as the release note says it, but, just as always, yours truly has dig up more. So, as it turns out, the app as received some speed improvements, along with tweaks which make it now more stable.
Albeit this is an universal app, like most of the apps, actually, it has received separate updates than the official Evernote app for Windows Phone users. And, as it turns out, the Windows 8 version comes with better functionality, so that could soon extend to Windows Phone 8, as well. The app comes with only 15 megabytes and can be downloaded by following the link at the end of the article, if you haven’t installed it already.
Evernote is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you remember everything across all of your devices. You can create a plaintext note on your Windows 8 tablet, and then open it on your smartphone or any other devices you use. Evernote runs on laptops, smartphones, tablets and the Web, allowing you to find your memories at any time from anywhere. Stay organized, save your ideas and improve productivity.
Evernote maintains the features which have made it such a useful utility – auto-synchronize of notes across devices and a really clean user interface. You can also read about Evernote’s Skitch Touch app, as well, which lets you express your ideas and thoughts using images.
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