In our busy schedules, it’s not unlikely for us to forget something. Hence, many of us are always looking for ways to constantly be reminded of simple tasks, requests or work we need to do. Evernote can help to make things easier. It’s a simple software that works on Windows, Mac, the iPhone or iPad, Android & even BlackBerry.

This little software can help users capture notes, images or information using the computer, web or phone and make them easily accessible wherever they might go. With Evernote, it’s easy to create to-do-lists, manage passwords, find particular images and so much more. 

Evernote is a free software that helps make various information so much more accessible. It automatically takes the information that you grabbed or created and synchronizes it online so you can easily access them with whatever device you choose.

Grab videos, entire web pages, and even record audio which you can use for future reference. All of these “snapshots” are automatically transferred to an online server which you can access on any other device that has Evernote installed. Essentially, you have the capability of accessing these reminders and notes anytime and anyplace.

The fun thing with Evernote when installed on a mobile device is that you can instantly create an archive of various information you might need later on. Use the camera on your phone to take pictures of labels or books you might want to remember later on. It’s also possible to take a picture of a meeting board and retrieve it later on for review. It’s really a wonderful piece of software to use everyday.

Of course, like many products, Evernote does offer a Premium account which offers bigger space for uploads and additional features. However, this doesn’t mean that the Free option isn’t any good. It’s still a very useful and powerful tool that you can use to improve your productivity and if you are not an extremely heavy user, the free storage space will be just enough.

Related Links:
Evernote on iTunes
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Evernote Official Website
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