Evernote introduces new tablet interface for Android

Daniel Bader

July 18, 2012 2:18pm

Evernote has always been on the cutting edge of Android design, and with its recent phone app redesign it became one of the most attractive applications on the platform, in addition to being one of the most useful.

The company recently introduced a new tablet interface which looks an awful like a blown-up version of its small-screen equivalent, and it’s much better for it. There’s a new swipe-friendly home screen and a new note list design, and now the app saves your location with each note, allowing you to sync with Evernote Hello and Food.

For both the phone and tablet versions, the app now supports the much-requested sublists feature.

If you have an Android tablet, maybe a Nexus 7, hit up Google Play for Evernote.

Source: Evernote Blog

  • Sadik

    i use evernote for my work its the best EVER

  • Dalex

    It looks super slick on my Galaxy Tab 7.7. The animations are very smooth with CM9’s 4.0.4 and it syncs really well with my GS2 and Laptop.

    Great job Evernote team!

  • Nick

    I love evernote; its clean, easy, and refreshing to use. Only thing is i can’t delete notebooks on my nexus, i guess they haven’t addressed that yet