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Instant Evernote accounts. Get ‘em while you can!

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 19 May 2008

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 19 May 2008

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The great folks over at TUAW (aka The Unofficial Apple Weblog) are giving away instant Evernote accounts until 2pm EST tomorrow (May 20th).

Get your instant account now »

Not a Mac user? Not a problem. Register for an account, then download and install our Windows client or just use our Web version.

Hurry, before time runs out.

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  • Mateo Hamburg

    Sorry for writing this into a not-really-appropriate place, but I do not have time to keep searching. I’m pretty much disappointed that the confirmation mail for a new account really takes several *DAYS* to get back. I still didn’t recieve mine and really believe this is ugly and not professional.
    All other comparable services on the web allow immediate access, why don’t you? It’s silly. And people lose interest when having to wait a week on something they *just want to try*.

  • Mateo Hamburg

    Well, I’m afraid I have to apologize. I was losing patience, which made me sound a bit harsh, and yes, it *was* a hard time of waiting, but – it was worth it. This is an awesome piece of software. Period.

    I have had so much hassle with all my notes, ideas, inspirations … Some online, some offline, some .txt, some xhtml … Now I have at hand the tool to clean up the mess!

    No way to thank you enough for this. And sorry, again, for me being impatient like I was.

  • Adam S

    From the “about” page: “Evernote allows you to easily capture information in *any environment* using *whatever device or platform* you find most convenient”

    So, Windows and Mac constitute *any platform* ???

    How about *nix?

  • Webconomist

    I’m looking forward to the invite; hope it doesn’t take too long :-)

    I will want to bring this to our enterprise clients. This looks to be a “killer app” – elegantly blending critical behavioural patterns on usability!

    I blogged about it too at http://webconomist.blogspot.com and through our corporate blog may write something once I get a chance to use it. Monetize this! You must!