If you haven't tried out Evernote, you're missing out. It is, hands-down, one of the best note-taking applications for Android. It's not just on Android, though - it's cross platform and always in-sync. This means you always have your notes with you wherever you may be.

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Today, the Evernote team added an array of useful features to its already impressive app, including

  • audio notes with speech-to-text transcriptions,
  • improvements to note lists and larger thumbnails,
  • the ability to disable auto-titling,
  • improved legibility of the settings screen,
  • a feature to help discover more of what Evernote has to offer on Android tablets,
  • and a "major" update to widgets.

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As always, the update is free in the Play Store, so hit the widget and give it a go.

Update: You can find more info about this update at Evernote's blog.

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  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    Hell yeah. My favorite cloud notes app (outside of OneNote on desktop that is).

  • Chris Clark

    The Evernote Widgets are updated in the main app too. It's just they provide the separate Evernote Widgets app for people who have moved the main app to SD.

  • Chris Clark

    Oh, I'm not quite correct. It was updated in the main app too, but it seems there are a few more options in the separate Evernote Widgets app.

  • Chris

    Still no Google Tasks support?

  • sriracha

    lovin it! custom widgets! wootwoot :)

  • ins0mn1a

    I really hope they are working on an update to include handwritten notes, with galaxy note growing in popularity and note 10.1 on the way and all that. And by handwritten notes i don't mean Skitch.

  • g

    I really liked Evernote. But the formatting problems and no image-resizing issues on their desktop app killed it for me, so I went back to Onenote, especially with the new Onenote Android app, no need to use the flawed mobileNoter anymore.