Evernote is available virtually everywhere, including tablets, smartphones, your desktop, and on the Web. Your notes are constantly syncing so if you captured something on your desktop it will be available to you on your smartphone, and vice versa.
Let’s talk about a few ways to get more out of Evernote on your smartphone.
- Fast and easy input. When you’re out and about, you want to capture what you see and want to remember, fast. With Evernote on your phone, you can snap a photo of a wine label, your parking spot, a receipt, business card, or an item in-store you might want to buy later.
- Weightless resources. Start making a habit of saving materials — like warranties and manuals, recipes, take-out menus, prescriptions, and articles — to your Evernote account. Evernote search is so powerful, you need only remember a few keywords to find exactly what you’re looking for. No more digging around in your bag!
- Voice memos. Use the audio function to record quick memos to yourself, and apply this feature in class (for capturing tidbits from lectures), in an interview (if you’re a journalist), or to simply remind yourself to buy stamps.
- Digitized Post-it® Notes. If you’re an iOS user who may have a slight obsession with Post-it® Notes, you’ll love our integration: write notes to yourself on Post-it® Notes, then use the Post-it® Note Camera to transform them into digital Post-it® Notes (your handwriting will be searchable in Evernote, too!).
- Fast sharing. Smartphones help us waste a lot of time, but they also allow us to take advantage of short bursts of it to do something productive. Share any of your notes via email, social network or a link you can paste into any app. Send a meeting note agenda to your team, share your grocery list with a roommate, or post your reading list to your book club’s Facebook page. Remember: that any time you update a shared note, changes will be synced to Evernote, everywhere.
Have you tried using Evernote on your smartphone?