While we don’t yet support every language in the graphic above, we have added a lot of language support and language-specific features in recent weeks. We thought this a good opportunity to tell you about some them. Below is the list of all the languages that we currently support in our desktop versions. We roll them out as they become available, which means new ones come online all the time.
- French: Windows, Mac, Web
- Italian: Windows, Mac, Web
- German: Windows, Mac, Web
- Spanish: Windows, Mac, Web
- Russian: Windows, Mac, Web
- Swedish: Windows, Mac, Web
- Japanese: Windows, Mac, Web
- Portuguese: Windows, Mac
- Brazilian Portuguese: Windows, Mac
- Norwegian: Mac
- Dutch: Windows
- Danish: Mac
- Czech: Windows
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Choose your display language in Windows
Our latest Windows update (v 3.5.3) adds the ability to choose the display language for the application. In the past, this was controlled by the language settings of your Windows system, now you can manually change it. To change the application language, go to Tools > Options > Language.
Choose your preferred recognition language
Evernote’s image recognition works best when it knows what language it’s looking for. You can set your preferred recognition language by logging into your Evernote Web account, clicking on the Settings link, then Personal Settings, then selecting an option from the Recognition Language dropdown. For Free users, Evernote will be begin using your language preferences for all new items you add. For Premium users, Evernote will go back a re-index all of your existing images.