Evernote for iPhone version 3.1 is out. In this release you’ll find huge speed improvements for searching and snapping, a bunch of new features, and some nice bug fixes. Get it while it’s hot (App Store). Here’s the feature rundown:
Things got a whole lot faster in the latest iPhone update. Creating both snapshot and camera roll notes is way way speedier than ever before. So get ready for less waiting and more snapping.
Clip web pages
Evernote has a built-in web browser, which allows you to quickly open links found within your notes. Now you can do more than just visit the webpages, you can also clip them into your account. To use this feature, tap the Clip to Evernote option found within the Send To menu at the bottom of the browser screen.
Email to Evernote
All Evernote users get their own special email address. Now, Evernote for iPhone makes it easy to add that address to your phone’s contacts. This may not seem like a big deal at first glance, but just think of all the useful stuff that comes through your email every single day. Wouldn’t it be great if you could easily capture that for later? Now you can. Just forward it to Evernote. This feature is found in the Evernote Account tab.
Note: Your Evernote email address is also available in the Settings section of Evernote Web
Sync on command
Evernote now lets you sync whenever you like. In the Account tab, tap Synchronize Now to have Evernote start sync’ing. Evernote will still auto-sync every so often, but sometimes you just can’t wait.
Bug fixes all around
In addition to the great new features, this release is full of bug fixes making for a smoother, more stable Evernote experience.