The amazing cloud-based note taking and collaboration suite Evernote has just launched their app for the BlackBerry PlayBook. Up until now, PlayBook users had to access the service through their web portal, being limited to editing text-based notes. The PlayBook app integrates voice notes as well as camera functions making your tablet more functional in the workplace. Click through to read more.
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Evernote is a great app that’s used by millions. The app is a simple note taking service that syncs with the cloud so you have your notes anywhere you go, regardless of platform. Evernote and Xobni, our favorite contact management solution, have partnered on an Evernote gadget in Xobni that allows you to take notes on your Xobni Contacts, browse your notes and associate your notes with a contact – all while syncing with your Evernote account. Features include:
- Search for a contact in Xobni to see any notes that you have taken that include that person’s name or email address.
- Create a new note for a person or company and it’s automatically associated with the email address and name of the person for whom you are creating the note.
Search Evernote right from your inbox to find and associate any note with a person or company in your Outlook inbox.
To access the Evernote gadget, you’ll need a free or premium Evernote account with Xobni for Outlook 2.0, which is a free download.
The Evernote app for BlackBerry has always been a little under par especially when compared to the iPhone version of the app. Recently, the company has released an update to the app that makes the app more functional. One of the major updates includes making everything native and preventing the user from jumping to the browser. Here are some updates:
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When we last wrote about Evernote, some readers were upset that the app was not available for the Curve. As one reader Nick wrote: “I can’t imagine why the number one selling phone, isn’t listed as a device that this is compatible with?”
Well the company was listening and Evernote is now available for the BlackBerry Curve 83xx series.
For those who don’t know, Evernote allows you to type out text notes, snap photos, or record voice memos on your BlackBerry then sync them to your Windows or Mac computer to have easy access on all devices. It works the other way, too. Clip a webpage or draft a blog post on your desktop and then search for and access it all on your phone.
When I last posted about Evernote, the comments were pretty upset about availability. First, the download is only available for the BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve 8900 and the BlackBerry Storm. Also, Evernote for BlackBerry is only available for OS 4.6+ only.
In response to this, Evernote has offered the download as an OTA link so if you don’t have App World, you can grab it here.
Please note that you can choose whether to download the app to your computer (ZIP) or to perform OTA (over-the-air) installation which requires that you visit the page specified from your BlackBerry’s web browser.
Evernote has had some incredible success on iPhone and they’re bringing their services to BlackBerry, free of charge on App World.
Evernote gives BlackBerry users a feature-rich note taking experience that includes the ability to instantly capture text notes, snapshots, and audio memos at anytime. The data is stored within Evernote then synchronized from your BlackBerry to your computer where you can organize and search through the data.
Evernote for BlackBerry is free on App World.
[ED NOTE: Sorry guys, OS 4.6+ only.]