According to Evernote’s official blog, its popular cloud storage, note-taking, app, is now available for BlackBerry PlayBook tablets. Previously available on other mobile devices that run iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7, Evernote is finally here for the QNX device. Since it’s the first release of the app for the PlayBook, it has most of Evernote’s basic functionalities, and isn’t fully fleshed out like its counterparts yet – but you can expect it to catch up within the next few releases.
Here’s what’s available on the Evernote for PlayBook app: a two-column UI (snippets on the left, full notes on the right), the ability to create notes and attach files to them, and search and sort functionality. Evernote for the PlayBook is available now and can be downloaded for free from the BlackBerry App World.
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