Just a few days after announcing the beta version of Evernote 5 for Mac, the company is now telling us that Evernote 5 is now available for all iOS users. Evernote 5 for the iPhone, the iPad, and iPod touch has been redesigned and the major functions are now accessible with a tap. The home screen is now divided into two sections – one section for Quick Notes and the other for Views. The company says that the objective was to let a person create a new note or browse to an existing one with equal speed. The Quick Note buttons at the top of the app lets users create a new text note, start a snapshot or digitize physical documents with Page Camera.
Below the Quick Note buttons are the list of views that are designed to help users access their notes easily in the way that works best for them. Evernote 5 for the iPad has been added with a new feature called Recent Notes. It’s basically a horizontal scrolling list that shows the last several notes being viewed, edited and created on the tablet. On top of all the aforementioned features, Evernote 5 for iOS is also faster and more responsive. You can get the app here. There’s still no sign of Evernote 5 for Mac, although the company says that it’s coming really soon.
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