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Evernote Web gets a new interface, Facebook sharing, and more

Evernote, the popular multi-platform 'digital memory' app, has done some serious re-tooling of its Web interface. In addition to a more polished UI that more closely mirrors the look of Evernote on the desktop, the update brings features like notebook stacks and snippet view to the Web. Auto-saving is now enabled as well, and you can select multiple items by holding down the Cmd or Ctrl key...

Evernote for BlackBerry gets Android-style home screen and better search

Evernote has updated its app for BlackBerry smartphones, rolling numerous bugfixes and improvements in to the new build. Among them is an updated home screen, which now looks much more like the Evernote app for Android. The search bar has been removed from the bottom of the screen and a shortcut to all your notes has been added. The new version also brings a much more powerful search feature,...

NeverNote is a full-featured Evernote app for Linux, Mac, and Windows

Windows and Mac users have a first-party Evernote app, but Linux users have been limited to running Evernote in WINE or using the Web interface. NeverNote, however, offers a full-featured desktop app which runs natively on 32- and 64-bit Linux distros. In addition to covering the basics, NeverNote offers a number of features you won't find in Evernote's desktop app. Multiple databases are...

Evernote strikes it rich, secures $20 million in funding

If you're an Evernote fan, their official blog has some good news this morning: the wildly popular cloud-centric note taking app has secured a cool $20 million in funding. That's a big chunk of cash, and Evernote plans on putting it to good use. "Things are moving pretty quickly at Evernote," Phil Libin writes. "They're about to start moving even faster." Count on seeing more features and...

Evernote unveils bookmarking tool for website owners

Evernote, the popular clipping and note-taking service, has announced the availability of a new bookmarking tool called Site Memory. Unlike existing browser-based Evernote clipping methods (like add-ons and the bookmarklet), Site Memory is a button which site owners and maintainers display directly on their own pages. As a way to promote Evernote, Site Memory is a great idea -- since it will no...

Awesome Screenshot for Google Chrome does annotations, sharing

Folks like those of us on the Download Squad team might have more use for screenshot tools than some, but they're still incredibly handy from time to time even if you're not blogging or designing. If you spend most of your time in your web browser -- and that browser happens to be Google Chrome -- you might want to check out Awesome Screenshot by the folks behind Diigo. What makes it awesome?...

Notational Velocity is a Mac note taking app focusing on speed

It seems like I can't walk down the hall in my house without tripping over note-taking apps. It's the first thing that new programmers tackle when they decide to make an actual program, and as such there are thousands of options available when looking for a note taking app. It's a bit harsh to say so, but the honest truth is that the vast majority of note-taking apps out there are utter crap. Most...

Create bulleted notes and get things done with Notable

I've been looking for a good, small note taking / gtd application for a while, and hadn't found anything that suited my needs until I came across Notable. To me, it's like a better, digital version of the $1 spiral bound notebooks I've always used. It's design is simple, yet perfectly suited to the way I take notes. The top of the application window contains a list of your notes and the bottom...

Postcard.fm: photo + song + friend = postcard!

Postcard.fm is a brilliantly simple idea: choose a photo, choose a song, and send them to a friend as a "postcard." The interface is totally free of frills and junk, making it incredibly easy to use. There's no way anybody could confuse this with the totally obnoxious animated postcards your mom or grandma email you. Plus, it's all hosted at Postcard.fm, so you won't be filling up your friend's...

Evernote launches into open beta, introduces premium accounts

If you're not one of the 125,000 people who got a chance to try out the cross-platform note capture app Evernote during its private beta, don't despair. Evernote has launched an open beta, so now everyone can give it a try. If you were already in the beta, does this change anything for you? Yes, indeed it does: there are now two types of Evernote accounts, free and premium. Free users keep all...

Welcome to a new world of widgets, Yahoo! Widgets 4

We've got the hot scoop on Yahoo spicy update to widgets; their newest release of Yahoo! Widgets 4. This version offers users and developers improved features and capabilities including a new Widget Dock, new and improved widgets, improved performance, streamlined installation, improved authoring tools and automatic updates. I recently had the opportunity to load up this new version and take it...

Get online Valentine's notes with Valentinr

Wishroll has a service on right now for Valentine's Day where you can set up your own special Valentine's inbox. The service is called Valentinr, and takes the form of a widget, button or link on your web site. This link directs friends and site visitors to your personal Valentine inbox where they have the chance to write a customized Valentine's Day love note to you. When Valentine's notes are...

Loopnote launches

Loopnote is a way to keep everyone in the loop. You setup your group of friends, fans, band members, family, whatever, and Loopnote will basically broadcast alerts to everyone via RSS, SMS, Email, or IM. Fused with the ability to search or browse loopnotes socially, you can subscribe to notes from other users. Honestly, I am not quite sure what the value is to that right now, unless you already...

Extensive Stikkit review by John Gruber

We mentioned Stikkit, a new sort of online PIM with a twist, earlier this month, and one of my favorite bloggers on all things Mac and design, John Gruber, has gone and reviewed the crap out of it. It's a long read but worthwhile, especially if you're interested in the finer details the company focused on. John explores the format of the notes and the syntax with which they're created, pointing...

Stick adds "screentabs" to Windows

In the seemingly never-ending quest to add stuff to my Tablet PC desktop, I've been playing with a cool little application called Stick from iWonder Designs. This free utility lets you add a number of small tabs to the edge of your screen that pop open to reveal some really useful tools like: Explorer Tabs that show the contents of folders. These mini-explorer windows provide true explorer...