Evernote for Windows Phone 7 gets rich text editing

Evernote for Windows Phone 7

Great news for Evernote users on Windows Phone 7 – the app has just received another major update which adds tons of new features. One of the main features this update brings to WP7 is rich text editing. The feature was only implemented for Android recently, and has yet to make its way over to the iOS versions of the app.

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Other additions brought by the update include new sharing options, check boxes, encrypting and decrypting text, rotating and saving images, and of course the usual updates to speed, stability and the UI. Head over to the Windows Marketplace to grab the latest version of the app for your phone. Check out a video demonstration of the update after the break:

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