The premise of Evernote is a simple one: “Welcome to your notable world. Use Evernote to save your ideas, things you see, and things you like. Then find them all on any computer or device you use. For free.”
Making that idea come to life? Easier said than done (as usual) although the folks at Evernote have done a fantastic job. They aren’t the only ones who noticed as they recently raised $10 million dollars for the pursuit of saving your ideas.
Om Malik from GigaOM called Evernote “quite satisfactory, especially on a Droid,” though he noted its not as good as the iPhone version but better than both the WebOS and BlackBerry version. The beta version of Evernote came out earlier this year so today or tomorrow we should be seeing a new and improved, stable/final release of Evernote 1.0 for Android.
For a bunch of video tips and tricks like how you can save tweets to evernote, clip things from the web, work within PDFs and all sorts of mind blowing stuff you didn’t know could make your life easier but certainly can…. visit the Evernote Video page. They also show the below “trailer” for Evernote which I find very awkward to say the least.