The Android update Evernote was beta testing earlier in the summer is now available to all Evernote users.
The update features a toned-down colour palette, new navigation drawer, and a dynamic action button which hovers over the app. When pressed, the action button expands into a list of options like Text, Camera, Photos, Reminders, and Audio, keeping the app looking clean and creation quick.
The updated Evernote for Android is available for free at the source link below.
Douglas has spent the past ten years writing about and building mobile technology. Getting his start building apps and digital communities for mobile software developers prior to the web 2.0 boom, Douglas leveraged this experience as one of the founding employees for a new media startup focused on mobile tech, running notable publications BlackBerry Cool and QuicklyBored. Douglas spent the next three years building RIM’s blogging program as part of their nascent social media team, before scratching the startup itch again, this time with digital conferences and then mobile gifting apps.