News by Andrew Kameka on Monday March 25, 2013.
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Evernote, the popular task and note-taking application, has made a sizable update to its Android app. The latest version of Evernote adds several new options for note-taking and accessing the reminders. Android users can now access Page Camera, an improved way to scan documents and enhance the image to make it more readable. A new "Multi-shot camera" makes it possible to continue taking photos, of a document or something else, and save all of the images into one note.
Evernote also added Shortcuts, a feature previously seen on its desktop Mac apps, to the Android app. Users can go to the Shortcut Panel to create shortcuts that can jump directly to the notes, notebooks, and tags frequently accessed. The shortcuts also sync across devices and platforms.
Premium users also gain the added bonus of Document Search. Evertnote will search to find documents containing a specific word, and it is compatible with MS Office, iWork, or Open Office. Speaking of premium users, Evernote also announced a deal with Deutsche Telekom that gives German users free premium access for one year. More details are available at Evernote.Evernote
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