We’ve reviewed the Nokia N900 late last year, and while the device was pretty decent as a smartphone, it still doesn’t possess that “must have” factor associated with the iPhone 3GS. Having said that, there weren’t a whole lot of quality applications back then, even until today, which is why the Evernote mobile memory tool comes across as a refreshing oasis in the middle of the desert. The Evernote Sharing Plug-in for the Nokia N900 allows users to access Evernote from the device, letting you send photos from the camera and photo gallery, in addition to audio clips. Notes that are conjured from the device itself, or from desktop and web versions of Evernote, are also accessible through the N900′s integrated web browser. Best of all is, you don’t need to fork out a single cent for the Evernote Sharing Plug-in which is currently available as a free download from the Nokia Ovi Store and the Maemo Select website. Hat tip – Megan (not Fox).
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