Thursday, July 24, 2008

Review: Evernote (iPhone)

Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere. This application is available in multiple platforms: Windows, Mac OS X Leopard, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Web, etc.

The desktop version of Evernote allows you to capture virtually anything on your computer screen. Once you save it in Evernote, it will be sync to the Evernote storage server and will be sync to the other machine or phone that has Evernote installed.

The iPhone version of Evernote allows you to access whatever you have saved in the Evernote storage server plus you can create text note, voice note, and image note. I find out the voice note is a very good tool for voice recorder (far better than any other voice recording software for the iPhone since the records are synced back to the server).

So how it works?
  1. You capture the things you want to remember using what you already use—your Windows or Mac computer, the web, and your mobile phone.
  2. Evernote runs everything through its recognition technology and then make it all available across all the devices. You can then organize and tag the notes, if you want.
  3. When you want to remember something, just search for it and there it is just like you remember it.
(Price: Free)

No comments: