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[Deal Alert] $185 Worth Of Productivity App Subscriptions Including Pocket Premium, LastPass, And More For $59.99

Feeling unproductive? Maybe all you need is some apps to help you along. Perhaps you'll even want to buy a premium subscription to services you find particularly useful, but that adds up. For a limited time, you can get a one-year subscription to four solid services for $59.99 with the new Productivity Pack.

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Livescribe 3 Smartpen Will Soon Have Android Support, Having Handwritten Notes On Your Device Could Get A Lot Easier

Ever wanted to take handwritten notes, but didn't want to write on a digital screen? Maybe you just don't want a Samsung device, the primary Android manufacturer to offer active digitizers (better known as the "S Pen" in their marketing materials). Livescribe's smartpens have, up to now, been just a nearly perfect solution for many. You can write on real paper* and have your notes rather effortlessly synced to select digital destinations.

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The Latest Evernote Update Brings Relevant Content Suggestions To Your Work With 'Context'

I've been an Evernote user for a long time now. I've watched it grow from a simple way to take and organize notes to a powerful work tool. I've written many reviews in Evernote (for easy cross-device sync), and I don't see that changing any time soon.

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With the latest update, finding relevant content to the piece you're currently working on is even easier. With a Premium Account ($5/month), Evernote will offer relevant suggestions from The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Pando Daily, Fast Company, and Inc.

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Evernote Premium Customers Can Now Scan Business Cards Using The Android App (But Free Users Can Get In On This Too)

Evernote premium users on Android are now receiving a feature that can take the frustration out of managing a stack of business cards. Instead of storing them all someplace never to be seen again, people can use the app to take a picture of the card and have the information digitized into a note, with Evernote automatically populating the appropriate contact fields.

If you integrate the app with LinkedIn, it will also pull down their photo and other information from the site.

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Evernote Version 6 Gets All Dolled Up With UI Enhancements And Plenty Of Floating Buttons

Version 6 of the ever-popular note-taking app Evernote (see what I did there?) has started rolling out to Android devices, and it brings in numerous changes to the way people go about jotting things down. These tweaks have been around a long time for Evernote beta users, but now they're going stable. The most notable addition is a "New Note" button that floats in the bottom right hand corner and provides access to all the things.

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Note Taking Service Springpad Is Closing Down June 25th, Data Export Tool Available Soon

It's a sad day for the 400,000+ active users of note taking service Springpad. After six years of battling the Evernote behemoth, Springpad is calling it quits on June 25th. The website, apps, and sync features will go offline at that time, but the team is working to help you get your data out.

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SwiftKey's New Evernote And Google+ Personalization Options Move From Beta To Stable In Version 4.4.5

Sometime last month, the beta version of SwiftKey gained the ability to pull from Evernote and Google+ to learn which words a user's trying to say. These joined the already long list of supported sources ranging from SMS and Gmail to Facebook and Twitter. The core functionality remains the same - just permit SwiftKey to access your social accounts and let those fingers fly.

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SwiftKey learns a user's typing habits by scanning through their emails and posts, ultimately improving the quality of text predictions.

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Evernote Gets A Big Update To v5.8 With Handwriting Support, Text Highlighter, An Improved Camera, And More

Evernote is one of the premiere note taking apps on Android and it's getting a big update today. Version 5.8 improves support for notes made on other platforms and brings some new features to the Android app.

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Latest Evernote For Android Beta Introduces Handwriting Support, Here's How To Join The Official Beta Testing Channel

The latest Evernote beta lets you take notes the old-fashioned way. No, you won't have to deal with tangled up spiral notebooks, but if you have a stylus or a tiny finger, you can doodle away illegible sprawl like the best of them. Just tap the pen button in the note editor and you can jot down text you will kick yourself for not typing when you're wondering three months from now if that is an "M" or an "N." Or is it a "W"?

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Evernote Update Introduces Inline Attachment Support For Files And Pictures, Lets Business Subscribers View A List Of All Notes

Evernote has been around the block for years now, and it's one of the first recommendations you're likely to hear when searching for a solid note-taking app. The latest update doesn't revamp things, but it adds the ability for users to take images and files they would have previously attached to a note and inject them directly into its body instead. The functionality is accessible right from the action bar, and you're free to add multiple images one after the other.

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