Today we released an update to Evernote for iPhone/iPad/iPod (version 3.3.4). There are lots of improvements and enhancements throughout. The most noticeable changes are on the iPad. He’s a brief description of what’s new.
You can now edit and delete tags directly from the Tag view. To do so, tap and hold a tag, then tap on the Edit popup. The following screen will allow you to make changes to the tag.
The Saved Searches tab now performs double duty. It not only displays your saved searches, but it also shows your recently performed searches. Tap and hold any of those searches and a popup appears that allows you to save the search or delete it.
Jump to tags
When you tags are sorted by name (the switch at the bottom of the screen), you can use the quick scroll bar along the right hand side to jump to tags that begin with a specific letter. This feature is perfect for those with lots and lots of tags. No need to scroll your way through anymore.
Lots of improvements
This release includes a lot of under-the-hood changes to make both the iPhone and iPad versions faster and more reliable, so the first time you run the new version, it will go through the notes cached on your device and update them to a new format. If the app happens to crash while this update is happening, just remove the Evernote app from your device and reinstall a fresh copy from the App Store. You’ll need to re-download any offline notebooks, but this will give you a squeaky-clean copy.
Stay tuned, we’ve got even more great updates and features coming soon.