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If you're an Evernote user, you might want to head over to the Play Store and check for updates. The latest version of the popular note taking app just landed, and it's packing some pretty neat features for both non-premium and premium users.

One of the biggest changes in the new version is the introduction of Page Camera, which take photos of physical documents and digitize them in your notebooks. The Android app is now also compatible with the Smart Notebook by Moleskine, which has specially formatted paper making it easy to bring your notes into the digital world.

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For premium users, a feature has been added that allows you to search through attached documents, spreadsheets and presentations, so if you're looking for something that you've tagged on to a note, it's now a little bit easier.

The update is live on the Play Store right now, so if you want to check it out you can download it straight away.

John Thompson
John's been addicted to technology ever since he tinkered with his first custom built PC when he was 10 years old. He's also the proud owner of seven Amazon Kindles, but only because he destroyed the first six.

  • http://www.facebook.com/benjamin.pavel Benjamin Pavel

    It's about TIME they've added support for Moleskin Notebook on Android.
    I've been waiting months for this.

  • Thatguyfromvienna

    I know I'm quite alone with that point of view but I never understood all the hype about Evernote. And to be serious, I find it totally overpriced.

    • Stuart Steen

      I don't really use the premium, so to me free is pretty awesome. I had it for a really long time with the same mindset, but then after reading some articles about it along with Ifttt (which is equally amazing), I now use it every day. Check out this link and perhaps it will inspire you in the way it inspired me! :)


      p.s. to get the most out of evernote definitely make sure you have both the mobile app and the web clipper extension!

    • rap

      I've recently begun to "get it" have ideas how it could really help me but I only have a wifi tablet.and without premium you can't use your stuff offline.

  • Zwirbel

    Evernote is not overpriced, as it is free as long as you don't use the premium features.

    • Thatguyfromvienna

      But without the premium features, it's just another note taking app like tons of others.
      No collaboration, nothing.
      Catch offers a lot more free of charge.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Bell/100001567678588 Chris Bell

        Catch doesn't appear to have Windows and OS X clients which is a deal breaker in my opinion. I see they have a Chrome extension but I would imagine it is very limited in ability.

        • http://www.theblacksmoke.com/ Tom Alday

          It has a web app. Catch.com

  • Nick V

    Explain how Free is overpriced? Even the Premium version is priced accordingly.

  • Andy

    I'm a research scientist and I find Evernote is indispensable: for taking notes during conferences, typing up research ideas and notes, etc. Being able to access all of my class and research notes on the go is really helpful. I'm Always glad to see new versions of Evernote Android.