Evernote’s artificial intelligence-based writing assistant is now available for paying customers on Android and Windows, the company announced.
Context, which the company first launched on Mac and iOS at the beginning of the month, pulls up relevant information from both your Evernote account and outside news sources as you write or research in the app. The info appears at the bottom of the note as you work. When a piece of information appears, you tap on the note or article to view it or save it for later.
Context searches through your past notes, notes from coworkers, or articles from publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, and more. Subscribers to WSJ who are eligible for WSJ+ can get a year of Evernote Premium for free.
Context is available for Evernote Premium and Evernote Business customers. Factiva customers can also enable Factiva as a source of information for Context to search.
Evernote first announced Context in early November, along with a host of other work-relevant features and capabilities.
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