Jun 2nd, 2010

Evernote users should be happy to know that a new release, version 1.4, is now available for Android handsets. Improvements include the ability to use your device’s native camera capabilities, an improved search bar, and the addition of several new languages.


The search bar enhancements allow for more results from your tags and notebooks and utilizes suggestions as you type. The native camera support allows you to use your phones zoom, flash, and quality adjustments for your Snapshot Notes.

Aside from bringing a couple new and improved features, the update provides a fix to the java.lang.IllegalStateException error that has plagued some users. The update arrises from the latest version of the Evernote desktop client and prevents user from accessing certain notes. Apparently the fix required some major reworking of the Android app, but all is well now.

You can grab the latest version of Evernote from the Android Market now. And in case you were wondering, the Evernote team assures us they are working on local storage for the Android version of the app.

[via Evernote Blog]