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First impressions: Evernote on iPhone 4

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 23 Jun 2010

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 23 Jun 2010

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Our trip to Japan has been fantastic for many reasons, not least of which is the fact that the new iPhone was released here hours before it comes out in the US. A few days ago, we wrote about the ways that Evernote supports iOS4, but, because we hadn’t used the new phone, we didn’t know just how gorgeous Evernote looks on the new Retina Display.

Here are our first impressions of Evernote on the new iPhone 4.

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  • Nejc

    We are jealous. :)

  • Janet J. Keeley

    Haven’t seen an I phone 4 in real life!

    orthopedics

  • Juli

    Wow! Can’t wait until my new iPhone gets here…hopefully in just a few hours!

  • Discount Software

    hey, u know, I’ll have an iPhone 4 next month, but I still appreciate your video review for the new iPhone 4.

  • Lynn

    I’m only six months into my 3GS contract, so won’t be getting the new iPhone 4.
    So what are we 3GS users now… chopped liver? Please don’t forget about us, especially Premium members who pay for EN like I do! And please don’t rub the beauty of the iPhone 4 in our noses either! Thanks!! ;)

    • Andrew Sinkov

      Actually, you’re getting all the goodies as soon as you upgrade to iOS4. You won’t get the Retina Display-related stuff. That, you’ll need the new phone for.

  • Oliver

    Wow guys, a great app. Progress for Evernote. You guys rock!

  • Ben Hourigan

    Guys, it’s no use putting up a video for those of us who want to know your impressions while we’re at work. We can’t listen!

  • Mobiyan Creation Site Internet

    The lack of rich text editing on the iPad and iPhone made me drop Evernote. Nothing compares out there, but I prefer syncing word Docs with iDisk and DoctoGo, at least I have full formatting.

  • Google Blackberry

    Indeed a great new.I guess evernote will do well with blackberry apps as well.

  • migen

    My country is in Asia. How long iPhone 4 will be selling here :) Still waiting.

  • OldUser

    I’m concerned about security, so would like to see support for encrypted notes in the Evernote iPhone App. Yes, you can encrypt portions of notes on the desktop client, but these are not then accessible on the iPhone.