I think that many owners of androids are familiar with cloud services, today there is complete - from google from Yandex, from meil py from dropboks and so on and so on, just about everyone is familiar with a huge number of various applications to create notes on your phone, from conventional notebook and ending with all kinds of colored notes with widgets. And what if you combine the cloud service and notes? - Roughly speaking, you get Evernote!
Provided that this application you can install on virtually any device, be it a smartphone, laptop, tablet or desktop computer, there's really easy and convenient to use Evernote for having access to certain documents from anywhere. Needless to access servers requires an internet connection, but even in its absence, you will have access to the latest versions of all documents.
Anyway, the app Evernote also has its limitations, for example there is the opportunity to purchase an extended account, it will cost you $ 5 per month, the difference will be is that for free using one note size can not exceed 25 MB, and in a month you can get rid of only 60 MB of documents that modestly paid in the same version downloadable volume increases up to 4 gigabytes.
Bottom line: really convenient and reliable application that perfectly justifies the audience that more than 60 million people who have entrusted their documents Evernote. If you just want to save there passwords, scanned documents and a few other very important content, the free version is more than enough, but if you want to use the program to work, it is best to consider the paid version, can not go wrong.
* Bug fixes and improvements
* A small percentage of you may see a new feature called Collect, which helps you save images containing text you want to remember to Evernote. Just snap a picture of a whiteboard, receipt, document, or anything with text, and Evernote will help you save it automatically so that you can search for it later.
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