I noticed on my new BlackBerry Z10 that the 1st party Remember app comes pre-loaded with a spot for you to log in to your Evernote account. I was already of fan of the popular cloud notation and archiving app and BlackBerry 10 has made it easier than ever to access my notes.
The Z10’s Remember loads notes very quickly, much faster than the BlackBerry 7 standalone Evernote app. The only downside is that if you’re used to having your notes sorted by last modified the way Evernote does it by default, be prepared for the Remember app to sort them by creation date instead.
I usually end up writing a lot of notes on my laptop that get synced to my BlackBerry, but with this new deep integration I think I’ll be creating more notes on my Z10.
One of the strengths of the BlackBerry 10 platform is how they allow developers to access the PIN API, giving your apps the access they need to your core apps like calendar, messages and Remember.
If you’ve got a BlackBerry 10 device, just sign in to Evernote to access all your notes.