News by Dan Seifert on Thursday June 16, 2011.
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Forgetful Windows Phone 7 users can now rest easy, as Evernote has finally announced the availability of the Evernote note-taking app for Windows Phone 7. Evernote for Windows Phone 7 provides all of the features that one has come to expect from a mobile Evernote client.
Evernote for Windows Phone 7 utilizes the Metro design language that is hallmark to the Windows Phone platform. Users can swipe through the panels to see their notes, notebooks, tags, and recent notes. Notes can be created from photos, voice notes, or just text. Bing Maps is integrated into the Evernote app, so users can easily plot out where notes were recorded. Notes can also be shared to Facebook quickly and easily.
The Evernote app for Windows Phone 7 is free and available in the Marketplace now. Premium subscribers will be able to take advantage of offline access of their notes.
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