Evernote Updated In The Android Market – Adds Note Collaboration, Privacy Filters and Separate Widget App

Popular note taking app, Evernote, has been updated in the Android Market today. The most notable additions to the app are it’s sharing tools allowing for users to fine tune exactly who they want to share their notes or notebooks with. You can add specific people to your shares or filter out specific users from seeing your goods. The new and improved sharing feature also allows for others to edit your notes but is only available for premium members (they gotta make their money somehow).

Also new today, is the Evernote Widget which is a separate app for those users who have moved Evernote onto their SD card in an effort to save internal memory — something that’s long been known as a widget killer in the past. Can’t say I’ve jumped on the Evernote wagon but I think it may be time to see what all the hype is about. You can find Evernote and the Evernote Widget for free, right now, in the Android Market.

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  • selonmoi

    This is kind of ambiguous:

    “You can add specific people to your shares or filter out
    specific users from seeing your goods. The new and improved sharing
    feature also allows for others to edit your notes but is only available
    for premium members (they gotta make their money somehow).”

    Does that mean that editing shared notes is premium-only, but everyone can share notes for specific people to see? Or does it mean that only premium members can share with specific people at all?