Mac users who love using Evernote will be happy to hear that Evernote 5 is here. Although it’s currently in beta for now, the Evernote team is obviously excited and decided to announce it anyway. Last week, Evernote Maketing Head, Andrew Sinkov, teased the new Evernote 5 for Mac, which is a completely redesigned version of the popular note-taking app. Evernote 5 for Mac is expected to be faster, better, smarter, and more accessible for its users.
The first thing that users will immediately notice is its improved interface and new left panel that makes things more accessible There’s also a new top section called shortcuts for the notebooks that you access frequently. For many Evernote users, this is a dream come true. At the bottom of the shortcuts section is a recent notes section for your recently accessed stuff. Users will also love the redesigned card view on the notes section and yes, all the notes are now compiled in a single view. More after the jump.
Evernote 5 also has an improved activity stream that takes advantage of Mountain Lion’s notification center. Searching on Evernote 5 is now more powerful as it now allows users to search both from personal and shared notebooks at once. To learn more about Evernote 5 for Mac, you can check it out here. It’s important to note that it is still a beta version, which means that it could crash anytime. If you’re willing to try it though, the step-by-step installation can be viewed here. Cheers!