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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 iOS completely overhauled, now faster and easier to use

Evernote for iPhone, which is almost two and a half years old, has been completely overhauled. The new version, Evernote 4 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, is free, and available from the App Store. In the blog post launching the new version, Evernote says that the new version is based on its findings from the last two and a half years. "[...] Users want faster access, easier note creation,...

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...

Notational Velocity ALT, the supremo Mac note-taking tool, goes 1.0

It's no secret that Notational Velocity is my favorite Mac note-taking application. It synchronizes with the SimpleNote online service, which means you can access your notes on your Mac, iPhone, online, and, if you store your notes in a folder that is in your Dropbox account, on a plethora of iOS plain text editing applications. It's made for speed, letting you find what you need instantly, make...

Bounce is a dead-simple way to share notes on websites

The folks at ZURB have just released Bounce, a nice little tool which lets you take notes on websites and then share the URL with friends or colleagues. Bounce is basically a dressed down version of Notable, ZURB's full featured website feedback tool for teams. The user interface for Bounce is dead simple. Just input the the URL you want to take notes on and in a few seconds Bounce will...

Ketchup: taking meeting notes, as simply as possible

One time-tested approach to creating good software is to focus on very few features, but get them absolutely right. That's what Ketchup does when it comes to taking notes at meetings. This web app keeps all your meeting notes in one place, so you can quickly jump back and see who was at each meeting and what happened there. It's stupid-simple to use, and shareable via public or private URL with...

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...

Mentalcase - Mac study tool released

Mentalcase is a note taking tool that allows you to build study sessions out of virtual flash cards. It has both a smart-ass name, and a kick-ass interface. Basically, as you remember or come across information that you want to learn, you add it to a flash card using super quick keyboard shortcuts. Notes can be in the form of text, images, screenshots or simply URLs, and each is handled...

Save and share your notes with Wridea

This cool web-based application called Wridea has the potential to revolutionize the way you keep and share notes. With its fresh colors and niceWeb 2.0 design and ease of use you will be on the path to never forgetting your ideas again. Signing up on Wridea is easy, and took me about one minute until I was off and writing down my notes. Some interesting features of Wridea include the ability to...