Evernote Hello for iPhone gets big update, now even cooler

Daniel Bader

February 10, 2012 3:44pm

Evernote Hello is a fantastic concept hampered by a culture in which it is rude to ask, unseemly to pry. But it works because it allows us to remember people in a more natural way.

The idea is simple: when meeting someone new, open the app and give a big of detail about him or her. You can enter the information yourself or give your phone to the other person. They can take a photo or three using the front-facing camera and, once finished, the app records where you are and what you’re doing.

Today’s update improves upon things immensely by speeding up input, choosing existing contacts from your contact list and searching for them once they’re entered in the app.

There are a number of other awesome improvements, which can be spied at the Evernote Blog.

Download Evernote Hello, if you haven’t already, from the App Store. Check after the break for a video example of the app.

Source: VentureBeat

  • a guy

    no one is going to use this app.

  • Slype

    Looks ike they are trying to digitize the Carnegie method. This might be a good app for those with ailing memory or sales people who don’t really care about their clients but want to appear like they do.

  • Apple4Life

    2.5 stars in the app store, NOT installing

  • funkmaster

    If someone I met was like “Hey, can you take a picture of yourself and add some details about you… If not I’ll probably forget you” I’d be like “… Fcuk you.”

    I dunno. Maybe that’s just me. If you need this to remember people they probbaly aren’t worth remembering on the first place.


    Why is some shitty ios app news?