Last night Evernote released the long-awaited Evernote 5 for Windows. And the forget-nothing company is taking design cues from Apple.
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Not too many years ago, Pandora and Evernote were tiny startups with uncertain futures. But these companies anticipated growth and made steps to prepare their infrastructure for rapid adoption.
Social media management utility HootSuite added the most popular online survey tool, SurveyMonkey, to its app directory today, along with real-time visual traffic analysis tool Chartbeat.
And, almost as an aside, the company stated that it has now passed seven million users.
Y Combinator-backed Kippt released a new product for companies today called Inc, which seeks to improve communications among teams and provide a better alternative to email.
With apps on just about every platform, Evernote knows a thing or two about app development. Here’s some wisdom from the company’s CTO.
The winners, as you would expect, included gorgeous design, innovative uses of Apple technologies, and some of the best-imagined apps on the app store. There are also two student-built apps that are simply amazing examples of the creativity of young developers.
No more tying strings around fingers for Android users — note-taking and organization-solutions provider Evernote has announced that reminders, their most requested feature, are included in the latest software update.
Evernote released two-factor authentication for a test group of its users today, along side two new features that allow you to see both when a device accesses your account and from where.
The popular note taking and organization solutions provider Evernote announced today that reminders have been added to its product offerings.
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“We’re kinda matching Zendesk and Evernote in user growth curve,” Holmes said. “Our progressive cycle to each additional million is getting shorter and shorter, which is a good thing.”
This past month, Google Maps lost its position as the most downloaded app on Apple’s iOS store — to another Google app, YouTube.
The king of digital note-taking services partners with Deutsche Telekom to make its subscribers eligible for a free year of Evernote Premium.
Google has its sights set directly on the popular note-taking app Evernote with today’s launch of Google Keep, its very own note service.
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Google is working to release a new note-taking app called Keep and it could seriously challenge Evernote, the king of note-taking applications.
Security! Evernote says users’ email addresses and passwords have been hacked. Here’s what you need to do next.
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VentureBeat invited Evernote CEO Phil Libin to our office to discuss the big picture vision for the company. It runs far deeper than an IPO, international expansion plans, and the host of new features designed to appeal to busy professionals.
Note-taking service Evernote has named a new chief operating officer and launched its Evernote Business product in another 26 countries in Europe, a sign it is getting more serious about making money from businesses rather than consumers.
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CEO Phil Libin said his company is “getting more serious about making Evernote a great experience in a work setting.”
We asked the experts to predict how the new Office 365 will fare in an increasingly flooded market. Analysts agree that adoption will be slow at first, but it’s a win for consumers who can access high-quality products at lower price points.
Slick conference calling app UberConference has integrated its service with hot startups Evernote and Box, a sign it’s dedicated to making conference calling smarter and more useful.
Digital archiving service Clipboard strikes a strategic investment deal with educational software company Scientia.
After studying the secondary markets, one analyst firm says Twitter is now worth as much as $11 billion or more. It also suspects the company may soon test the IPO waters, if the markets improve.
Digital notebook service Springpad features tastemaker-designed guides to staying organized in 2013.
Evernote Food 2.0 came out today with features to capture the complete food experience.
Popular note-taking service Evernote has launched a new product called Evernote Business that will connect small and medium-sized companies with slick note-taking and sharing tools.
Today was remarkably frisky for funding news, with many big announcements came out before the weekend!
Evernote, the note taking website that helps you organize your life online, has taken on an $85 million round of funding from AGC Equity Partners and Valiant Capital. Current investors T.Rowe Price Associates, Inc. also participated in the round.
Digital notebook Evernote has released the latest version for Mac desktops with over 100 new features.
Foodily launches the latest version of its recipe sharing network to give people a better way to talk about food online.
Livescribe has created a pen that can capture writing, record audio, and then wirelessly transfer the captured data to a smartphone, tablet, or Evernote note-taking software on a PC.
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If you take and annotate screenshots on a Mac, chances are you use Evernote’s recent acquisition, the super-simple Skitch. Today, Evernote released Skitch for iPhone, and the mobile version of the software has exactly the same ease of use and personality, perfectly adapted for smaller screens.
In the aftermath of Evernote’s acquisition of Skitch, both services are going to see some big changes.