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Evernote for iPhone gets offline notebooks and more

Evernote, the amazing all-purpose capture and notetaking app, just got a whole lot more useful for iPhone users. The latest version of Evernote for iPhone hit the App Store this week, and it packs a lot of features that capture junkies will love. The biggest new addition is offline notes, so you can refer to your saved notebooks even when you're on a plane or can't get reception. Other new features include a big boost to the app's overall speed and a big increase in the maximum length of audio notes.

The notes you create on your iPhone are now cached locally, so you have a copy to read when you can't get online. For Evernote's premium users, the offline notebook feature is even cooler: it allows you to sync your entire Evernote account to your iPhone. You can also now edit any note in plain text mode on the iPhone, which means you can add on to a note that includes rich text or images. There's also now a local search feature to help you sort through the notes on your iPhone.

Other little tweaks that serious Evernote fans will notice:
  • Audio notes now run up to 20 minutes, double the previous maximum length
  • You can now edit any note in plain text mode on the iPhone, which means you can add on to a note that includes rich text or images.
  • There's a new sync tab that shows real-time syncing status.
  • You can now search and sync at the same time, eliminating those annoying "already communicating with server" messages.
If you loved Evernote before, you'll find even more to love in this latest release.


Tags: capture, evernote, iphone, notes, offline, sync

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