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Evernote for BlackBerry 10 Gets Better Sharing and Premium Features

Evernote for BlackBerry 10 Gets Better Sharing and Premium Features

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 23 Dec 2013

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 23 Dec 2013

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Today, Evernote for BlackBerry 10 gets a number of significant enhancements that let you view content offline, add security with a PIN lock, share your notes with others, and more. Let’s take a look.

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Better Sharing

Sharing your ideas with others is an important aspect of the Evernote experience. Now, you can share any note that you have in your account with friends and colleagues right from your BlackBerry by tapping into the Share screen. From there, you can choose to either copy the URL or to share with other apps that are on your phone.

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Sharing From Other Apps
You can also now share items, such as images and files, from other apps into Evernote.

Premium Features

If you’re a Premium user, then you have access to a great set of additional features. We’ve added two to this update.

Offline Notebooks
Whether you’re traveling internationally or hiking in a forest, sometimes your internet connection can get spotty. Now, you can download entire notebooks to your device, so that you have what you need even when your connection drops.

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PIN Lock
For additional security, Premium users can now require a four-digit passcode whenever the app loads.

And More…

In addition to these updates, we’ve made it possible for you to search your Evernote account from anywhere by supporting Universal Search, made scrolling through your notes easier and dramatically improved the app’s performance. We hope you like this update. Let us know what you think.

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7 Comments RSS

  • Privet Romashki

    Excellent. Look forward to it on my z10!

  • Jvs

    How do we access the offline notebook section?

  • Ryan

    Pin lock is nice as it’s an extra layer of security, but nit effective if all your notes cab ve accessed via the Remember App. Also when can we expect sub-tags or even saved searches in the BB10 version?

  • xavier

    Joined notes are still not accessible, are they?

    • Daniel

      Yes, for me too.

  • Eirik Kaasa Eliassen

    It’s great to see Evernote improving the Blackberry-version. One thing I really miss, though, is landscape-mode. Any chance of implementing that? Best regards, Eirik Kaasa Eliassen, Z10-owner.