Editor’s Note: As of April 29, 2015, the Evernote features described in this blog post have changed. Please reference our comparison page for a current list of features and pricing levels.
Every so often, we have an update that doesn’t sound big, but actually makes life easier for our users. Today’s Android update (3.2.2) falls into that camp.
The new Account Status bar and button
We’ve added an account status bar to the bottom of the home screen on Android phones, and an equivalent button to the Android tablet interface.
On the phone, the bar shows your sync status and lets you manually start a sync. Swiping the bar shows your monthly usage and how many days you have left until we give you a fresh 60MB (Free) or 1GB (Premium) of memory. On your tablet, tap on the pie chart icon to see this information. If you’re about to hit your monthly new note max, you can now quickly upgrade to Premium and supersize your allowance without leaving the application, right from the status bar.
More to come
There are also lots of bug fixes and improvements that make the app more stable and responsive. More updates are on the way!