News by Andrew Kameka on Thursday November 08, 2012.
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Evernote has announced a complete overhaul of its Apple iOS app, introducing a new design that aims to make note creation and reading faster on an Apple iPhone or iPad. Evernote 5 was redesigned to provide access to the app's major features with a maximum of two taps. The user interface was changed to create new notes, search, and read notes more quickly. There's also a Quick Note section to create a text note, photo note, or Page Camera document scanner directly from the home screen.
Other design changes include unified lists, faster viewing by tags, and viewing by places, a feature that maps where notes for Evernote, Evernote Food, or Evernote Hello were created. If GPS was enabled when notes were created, they will appear on a map that can provide additional context about events and memories. Evernote Premium users will also notice a dedicated tab to manage their paid features.
The iPad version of Evernote 5 has a Recent Notes view above the standard cards view on the home screen. A list of notes recently created, edited, or view scrolls horizontally across the screen to provide fast access to the note.Evernote
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