The honor of “first Evernote app to get an update in 2011” goes to Evernote for WebOS. This update, which went live in the Catalog a couple of days ago, makes it easier to find what you’re looking for, browse through your existing notes and create new ones. All this, plus a bunch of bug fixes and improvements. Here’s what’s new:
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You can now choose to only display notes from a single notebook when viewing your note list. This makes browsing and searching through your notes much faster and more efficient. Choose a notebook by tapping on the notebook selector at the top of the card on the note list screen.
More note sorting options
In addition to notebook filters, we’ve also added the ability to sort your note list by title, created date, updated date, as well as putting them in ascending and descending order. This call be done from within Preferences.
For some of us, limited connectivity and other bandwidth constraints are a way of life. With this update you can stop worrying about downloading thumbnails every time you perform a search. Simply select the new List View option in preferences and your note list will arrive thumbnail free. Not only does this use less data, but it’s also a heck of a lot quicker to load.
More note editing options
Give your notes some pizzazz by adding color to your text. This can be done from the Evernote menu Edit item.
There were also a bunch of other enhancements:
- Note details scale with the content size
- Improved memory use
- Better note editing and tag entry
We’re committed to the WebOS platform, so you can expect lots more in the future.