Apple has an amazing knack for completely resetting consumer expectations for the categories it enters. That’s what we believe will happen for wearable tech. We’re about to experience a forward leap that will inevitably make memories of our pre-Apple Watch wrists seem grainy and sepia-toned.
We’ve long believed that wearable technology isn’t about miniaturizing apps to a new platform, it’s about rethinking apps to be quick and glanceable. An app on a watch doesn’t replace an app on the phone, it complements it. That’s how Apple Watch is designed, and it’s exactly what Evernote for Apple Watch is all about.
The iPhone and Apple Watch versions of Evernote work together beautifully. Dictate notes, perform searches, and see recent content on your watch when you need it. Set reminders and check items off your list without ever taking out your phone. Start reading a note on Apple Watch, then continue reading it on your iPhone with a swipe of the lock screen. It’s one app that moves with you from wrist to hand and back again.
We’re incredibly excited to be on the Apple Watch at launch. Stay tuned for more.