Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Evernote 1.0 released

In beta for some time, Evernote v1.0 is now commercially released for Windows systems. Evernote is a software representation of an infinite digital roll of paper and provides a single workspace to organize and collect various digital content. You can easily search your content within Evernote so that the info you need is readily available. Some feature highlights since the beta:

"- A Web Clipper where you can instantly export web content into EverNote from IE or Firefox. Our beta users have found this helpful for quickly capturing content while reading news, researching or shopping online;
- New category icons (over 50), where you can easily assign icons to identifiable individual categories, such as Web Clips, Business, Personal, Travel, Shopping and more;
- Ability to email or print notes;
- Backup support;
- Extensive improvements to categories, tool tips and keyboard shortcuts (a new total of 80)."

Just today, I purchased an activation of Onfolio, which has some similar functions, but I ALSO downloaded the latest and greatest version of Evernote to supplement. Evernote is available for free via the post title; an enhanced version (called Evernote Plus) is available for purchase or free trial. The Plus version adds handwriting and shape recognition as well as additional inking capabilities.

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At 6/22/2005 9:41 AM, Blogger Wendy said...

just wonder which version of Onfolio you have purchased. I am playing with the trial version, and the software is very decent.

At 6/23/2005 6:27 AM, Blogger Kevin C. Tofel said...

Wendy, I'm currently using the Personal verison which costs $29.99. The Professional version is $99.99 and adds many features, but I felt that I didn't need them at this time. Thanks! kct


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