Dark mode is a useful feature in apps because it helps reduce the overall glare that you get from an otherwise mostly-white interface. Even Google has found that dark mode actually helps with battery life. The good news is that if you’re an Evernote user, it looks like dark mode has finally made its way onto the iOS and macOS version of the app.
Evernote has been around for a while now and if you’re looking to take advantage of some of the company’s more advanced services and features, you might be interested to learn that its Premium subscription has been slashed from being priced at $70 a year, to just $42 which definitely makes it more affordable and attractive.
It used to be that we would have to sort our own emails, organize our own photos, and so on. However thanks to machine learning and the advancement of technology, all of that can be automated which is what Evernote is looking to do. In a preview shown to Engadget, the company is looking to introduce AI to help automate the workflow for its users.
If we were to turn back the clock maybe 5 years ago, the mobile landscape looks very different compared to today. Back then iOS and Android were still very dominant, but there were attempts by BlackBerry and Microsoft and even Nokia to try and make their mark, although safe to say that in today’s landscape, it’s pretty much iOS or Android.
With Apple introducing a new hardware feature in the form of the Touch Bar in the 2016 MacBook Pro, users had a new way of interacting with the laptop and the various apps that run on it. However this meant that developers needed to include Touch Bar support which we have seen in the past, and the good news is that Evernote has done just that.
If you are an avid user of Evernote for the desktop and mobile, you might be pleased to learn that Evernote has announced the release of version 8.0 of its mobile app for iOS devices. However this is a pretty major update because as you can clearly see in the video above, Evernote 8.0 will be bringing a massive design overhaul to the table.
If you are an Evernote user and you use the app on your Mac computer, you’ll want to update the app ASAP. In an email that Evernote has sent to its Mac users (via 9to5Mac), the company has told users that they’ll need to update to the latest version as there is a bug within the current version that is causing the loss of attachments.
Recently Evernote announced that a feature that was limited to its paying customers would now be available to all users for free. Sounds good, right? However we have to wonder if it was a part of a larger plan because Evernote has just announced that they will be hiking up the prices for both its Plus and Premium tiers.
What some developers like to do is create apps for free, and then hide some of the app’s more advanced features behind a paywall. We suppose this is fair as long as the app does what it’s supposed to do, and more advanced users can have the option of paying for additional features if it isn’t enough.
There are a variety of apps and services that you can use to quickly capture and work on your ideas, and now two of the most used services have joined forces to provide you with an even better experience. Google Drive and Evernote integration has been announced today and it will enable users to easily drop any file from Google Drive into Evernote notes to add more context to whatever […]
There are plenty of note-taking apps out there since people tend to use them quite often. They come in handy for quickly jotting down ideas or the weekly grocery list. Users often try out different note-taking apps and it can prove to be a pain to transfer notes between several apps. That has become much easier now for OneNote users who are looking to import notes from Evernote.