Our latest release takes full advantage of the iPhone’s geo-location powers, letting you find notes and memories created near your current position at a radius of 1, 5, and 25 miles. To access this feature, go to the search filter screen on the iPhone and check the appropriate “Near here” distance. Get the latest version of Evernote for iPhone.
Great for travel
This past weekend, I went to northern California’s wine country. On a previous trip, we stopped at an amazing winery, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to return and buy a bottle (or two…or three). When we got to the winery, I realized that I couldn’t remember which wine I had enjoyed. Luckily, I’d taken a snapshot in Evernote of the wine bottle. So, I took out my iPhone, opened up Evernote, and set the filter to “1 mile.” Voila, all the notes I’d taken at the winery popped up, including that fantastic zinfandel.
Longitude + Latitude = City
In the note details screen, Evernote for iPhone takes the geo-location data (longitute and latitude) and converts it into the city name, which is a lot more useful –unless you’re a pirate.