Today, we unveiled the new Evernote for Windows Mobile (version 126.96.36.199). We’ve added new features, new views, and more options, all designed to make Evernote for Windows Mobile faster and easier to use.
For those unfamiliar with Evernote for Windows Mobile, this version lets you create text, ink, snapshot, and audio notes, as well as attach supported files, such as PDFs. It also allows you to quickly and easily browse and search through all the notes in your Evernote account.
Evernote for Windows Mobile is now a full client, which means that the browser no longer launches when searching, viewing, or editing notes. Everything now happens right inside the application, making the user experience significantly snappier.
Views, views, and more views
When browsing your notes and search results, you now have three view options: Thumbnails, Details, and List. Thumbnail view shows a small thumbnail of the note alongside the title and tags (see image above); Details shows the title, tags, and creation date; and List shows only shows the title.
You can now tailor your view to match the speed of your network connection. Speedy connections can go with Thumbnails, while slower connections can choose Details or (the lightening fast) List view. It’s up to you.
In addition, we made accessing Saved Searches much easier, and we simplified the interface to make it more user friendly. You can also choose whether you want Evernote to upload new notes over a cellular connection, or only via WiFi –great for those watching their cellular bandwidth usage. All that, on top of tons of fixes, tweaks, and enhancements.
Do I have a Windows Mobile phone?
We’ve noticed that a lot of people have Windows Mobile phones, but don’t know it. Visit the Microsoft Windows Mobile site to find out.