From the Evernote blog:
Two months ago, we sat glued to our browsers as details of the iPad started streaming out of Apple’s launch event. It didn’t take us very long to formulate our official strategy for the new device: we were going to support the hell out of it, and we had 60 days to do it. Today is iPad launch day and as long lines start to form outside of Apple stores and UPS-Santa makes his rounds to sleepless geek households, we’re happy to say that Evernote for the iPad is live in the Apple AppStore!
From the Read it Later blog:
For all of those who have asked, rest assured, the iPad version of Read It Later is coming.While Apple gave developers the opportunity to submit their apps to be available on day one, I decided to wait until I could test it on the actual device. As today loomed closer, I got increasingly nervous that I was making a mistake. However, after spending the last two hours playing around on my shiny new iPad, I’m very happy I waited.
BTW, Google released a new version of Gmail that's been optimized for the iPad (and other tablets). Check it out. It's currently only enabled for the iPad, but you can trick Gmail into letting you use it with other browsers. Lifehacker explains how.
I've tried the Gmail hack on my laptop, and it really doesn't work. It really needs a touch screen.