|Productivity||Free||Evernote||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
• Write notes, checklists, and research
• Organize web articles, docs, and photos
• Discuss your work with others, right within the app
• Present ideas without creating a slide deck
“When it comes to taking all manner of notes and getting work done, Evernote is an indispensable tool.” – PC Mag
100 million people use it to move projects forward:
WRITE & ORGANIZE
• Stay focused: write in an uncluttered workspace
• Get things done: make to-do's and checklists
• Attach files: keep Office docs, PDFs, and photos
• Get organized: notebooks and tags keep work tidy
• Find anything: searchable text in notes and photos
DISCUSS & COLLABORATE
• Work chat: discuss notes without leaving the app
• Work together: share notebooks for team projects
• Meeting prep: create agendas and action items
YOUR DIGITAL ASSISTANT
• Make connections: turn biz cards into contacts
• Track expenses: organize receipts, bills & invoices
• Plan travel: save research and reservations
EVERNOTE FOR APPLE WATCH
• Dictate notes: audio will be transcribed in Evernote
• Recent notes: view newly created & updated notes
• Dictate searches: get results on your Apple Watch
• Never forget: set reminders and get notifications
ACCOMPLISH EVEN MORE WITH EVERNOTE PREMIUM
Evernote is free to download and use. Evernote Premium unlocks even more productivity:
• Offline access - work anywhere, even without a connection
• Unlimited uploads - keep all the files you need to get work done
• Better search - search inside Office docs and attachments
• Greater privacy - add a Touch ID or passcode lock
• PDF annotation - use shapes and comments to give visual feedback
• Presentation mode - turn notes into beautiful presentations, no slides required
Two subscription levels:
1) Evernote Premium: $5.99 monthly, $49.99 annually
2) Evernote Plus: $2.99 monthly, $24.99 annually
"Use Evernote as the place you put everything...don’t ask yourself which device it’s on—it’s in Evernote" – The New York Times
Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.
Been an Evernote user for over 14 years, and I do not see moving to anything else at this point. MacOS app and web UX are great, and allow easy tagging, easy setup and calling of saved searches, etc. iPad app is a struggle here, and if the iPad goes to sleep and locks, you have to restart the app, and navigate back to the note you were working on. Huge time waster. Also, needs to adopt the ease of annotation and drawing that you see in Apple’s Notes app. Current integration of typed and drawn notes is clunky at best.
I’m an intelligent person, but this app is hard to use. There is nothing intuitive about it.
I've used this FREE AP for over 7yrs & never had it ever forced me to upgrade. Luckily I have my previous phone that I can still access my passwords & it hasn't been forced to upgrade so it's something in either the OS or newer iPhone. Either way, I'm being forced to use another password app which will prevent me from coming back to Evernote!
Seriously needs a tag view that shows tags hierarchically, including unused tags. Everytime I go onto the Evernote forums to talk about stack and notebook hierarchy people tell me tags are a good option. They are not even close to same, and people have been asking for hierarchical stacks for years, its one of the most popular feature requests. If I have to use hierarchical tags though, shouldn't I at least be able to view them as a hierarchy?
Text formatting is ridiculously bad for an app that's all about taking notes! Copying and pasting text from another app should be simple, but it isn't. If the text you're copying is formatted, or contains links, you can't simplify the formatting. Sure, there's a "paste as plain text" feature, but it doesn't paste as plain text, it just says the font to the default size and leaves links etc intact. It also has a "simplify formatting" feature. I've yet to find out exactly what that does, because in nearly 3 years of using Evernote, it doesn't seem to do anything at all! I went online and used the web version of Evernote this morning, because there's no way to print from the iPad app unless you have Apple compatible wifi connected printers. I open-ended my note, chose print, and it printed the first page, and 2 blank pages. I thought I'd report the various bugs that I'd found in the app, but they want you to pay to get support... To report bugs! This is a useful app, but it has so many bugs that I dread using it.
Not a fan of the ipad app. I use the website version on my Mac laptop as I’ve found the app cumbersome. It is especially cumbersome on the ipad - it reloads the note you are in every time the ipad goes to sleep or you go to another app. Then you have to go into the app, find the note again and scroll down to where you were! Really annoying. And you can’t email a note unless you give Evernote access to your contacts and calendar, which is annoying as not everyone I want to email a note to is in either of these! I’ve been using Evernote almost since they first started, so these little issues are really annoying.
Once upon a time, I used Evernote for everything. I had notes, journals, recipes, you name it. I used the premium service because of my note sizes and amount of use. There were still issues and minor annoyances, but, overall I was satisfied. Then, I lost a note and was told I had to upgrade to the next level to recover it. I did so but was unhappy about it. The Mac app also stopped functioning at this point limiting me to the web-based version. So I scaled back and went to the free version. This version was alright for a while but one month - this past month - I went over the size limit for a note. A box popped up. I deleted some pictures. The box still popped up - repeatedly. Like every time you open Evernote (not just that note). I scaled the note way back (actually copied it to Google Drive). It still popped up. I deleted the note. The box still popped up. I went to report the issue to Evernote but you have to upgrade to get support. This only happens on the app, not the web version. So at this time, I only open Evernote to transfer content over to Google Drive. Bye Evernote.
I was hacked through this application
I always have syncing problems and duplicate notes created from "conflicting changes". Tired.
I have loved this app for years; until today when I try to view one of my lists and find them held hostage until I sign up for their “free” 7 day trial! Which they charged me for immediately, not after 7 days. I would have thought some notice would be a courtesy they could have provided instead of seizing my account!! I will be canceling this service and requesting a full refund for my “free” trial!!