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We’re Innovative!

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 12 Mar 2010

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 12 Mar 2010

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We’re incredibly honored to be named one of Fast Company’s 10 Most Innovative Mobile Companies [article].


Evernote

The remember-everything notebook app is beloved by 2 million obsessive project managers and forgetful creatives everywhere. Evernote’s breadth of ways to access your info is its best feature — Mac, PC, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Palm, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android are all supported. Everything is stored safely in the cloud.


There’s certainly no doubting our commitment to mobile. Since launching Evernote, we’ve released versions for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Palm’s WebOS (Pre and Pixi), Windows Mobile, and a mobile web version (http://www.evernote.com/m) for other phones. We also recently announced partnerships with Nokia on their N900 and with Samsung Android phones. And that’s not all. More mobile goodness is on the way, so stay tuned.

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  • vinitneo

    Evernote for symbian is missing. What the point in going premium if I don’t have evernote on my N97. Symbian has a large market share, you are loosing a lot of potential customers by ignoring symbian.

  • Bob Williams

    Congratulations on your accomplishment. I enjoy using your product and look forward to seeing you improve and expand in the coming years.

  • Kerozin

    Any chance of S60v3 version in near future?

    I know all the hype is around iPhone and Android but there should be alternative for those that don’t want to carry brick around.

  • Des Oates

    While I really like Evernote for what it does, and it’s great that it’s got this recognition, I have to agree with the posters above about the Symbian S60 support. It’s the biggest smartphone platform globally, yet somehow even Maemo 5 devices are prioritized higher? Come on guys, you know it makes sense…

  • here

    Hey guys absolutely well done and keep up the good work