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Review Evernote

Alexander Vorobyev
Evernote is a really functional data organizer application for Android devices that lets you manage all kinds of information – audio, text, photos, and videos – and share it with your friends, relatives, and colleagues. After that, all data are synchronized with the cloud servers and your PC or other devices.
Currently Evernote is one of the fastest growing data management services in the world. The application features a stylish design, a whole lot of functions, and ability to store these files on cloud servers.

Interface and capabilities

After signing up with Evernote, you will be offered to review a quick guide that will teach you how to create a note and make a photo. Apart from it, you will be able to record something important, snap a series of photos, scan documents, tag and organize images, create lists, transform speech to text, and even more. All of this made to never let you forget something.
This application, as well as its younger brother called Skitch, are highly popular among free-lance workers like programmers and software developers. It facilitates communication between the worker and customer. However, there’s no problem either if you’re not planning to use it for work. Use it for anything else that may come to your mind. Just browse its simple interface and choose the features you need in order to to add them to a widget and use them on a daily basis.

Key features of Evernote for Android:

  • A lot of data management features;
  • Simple interface;
  • Free cloud data storage;
  • Easy sharing;
  • Synchronization between all your devices;
  • Ability to create complex data clusters like recipes with photos and so on.
And though certain features in the app become available only in paid version, its functionality is more than a common user can ask for.


Evernote is a great data organizer for Android that literally swamps you with helpful features. It’s stable, stylish, and actionable.

Final ratings

Usefulness 10/10
Usability 10/10
Originality 10/10
Design 10/10
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I'm having trouble with overexposure.  The photo looks fine, when I first take it, but when it converts to Evernote, it is very overexposed.  There doesn't seem to be away to turn off the flash. Any ideas?
Tariq Abdulla
not sure what's going on there, maybe you are best taking photos with your normal camera app, then importing them?
Can I enter info on computer and have it transfer by blue tooth to my Android phone, an vice versa? If I can, how do I do it.
Vlad Popa
Evernote is able to sync its data across multiple platforms, if that's what you were asking. If you use the same account on Evernote for PC and Evernote for Android, they will both contain the same saved files.
If you mean transferring files from your PC to your Android phone and vice versa via bluetooth then you will need to have a PC capable of using bluetooth and must pair the two devices.
Please let me know if you require more assistance and for future reference: always mention your device model and OS version when requesting assistance.
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