Popular notetaking app Evernote introduced the Activity Stream to the Windows platform last month. Today, the same feature has been added to the Evernote app for Mac. If you’ve seen the feature on a Windows PC, the Activity Stream is actually a nifty feature that will display all activities in your account, including the notebooks that you have shared with other people. To check out the feature, simply click the satellite dish icon in the toolbar to view the stream.
Additionally, the Evernote team has also tweaked the app to support Apple’s trademark Retina display on the new Mac. The team reportedly upgraded every button, texture, shadow, and image inside the for Mac to make it look sharper, beautiful, and of course, worthy to run on the Mac’s Retina display. Today’s update also brings in a couple of bug fixes as well as improvements to the app’s syncing and sharing capabilities. If you have already installed Evernote on your Mac, the update should come automatically. But if you haven’t tried it yet, you can download the app here.
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