Evernote for Android Gets Updated Tablet Interface in Version 4.1 of Its App

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  • 18 Jul 2012
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  • Evernote for Android just got updated with a new and improved tablet UI and more extra features. This is version 4.1 of the app for Android smartphones and tablets and it brings a redesigned UI for tablets specifically. This one involves a new home screen for tablet users, with quick access to creating a new note.

    Swipe gestures are included and they’re used to navigate through the app, being used for functions such as making a note list full screen. When you’ll launch the app, you’ll see the new home screen immediately. Then you will tap to create a new note or jump straight to your notebook, tags and place views. Swipe interactions allow you to swipe the note list to make it full screen and swipe it in opposite direction to bring back the panel on the left. The Note List has received a new design, making it easier to browser and read than it was before.

    Evernote can save the locations associated with the notes you take and from the Home area you can tap on places to see your notes as pins on the map. The List View on Evernote for Android tablets is basically a compact note list, that shows basic information about notes in a single list, with details such a title, tags, text snippets and attachment present. Android users can also add sublists now to bulleted and numbered lists and improved slideshows are also available.

    You can download Evernote in the new version from here.

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    SOURCE: blog.evernote.com
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