Evernote for Android Updated With New Navigation, New Look, and More

Evernote for Android Updated With New Navigation, New Look, and More e-Reading Software Note-Taking Evernote rolled out an update for  their Android app today which adds a slew of features as well as several improvements to the design and navigation.

To start, Evernote had added a new floating menu to version 6 of their Android app. As you can see in the following gif, users can press the small green circle in the bottom right corner of the screen and be offered a half dozen different ways to quickly make a note.

Evernote for Android Updated With New Navigation, New Look, and More e-Reading Software Note-Taking

In addition to enabling  you quickly make a note inside the app, Evernote is also making it easier to clip content viewed in a web browser.  Simply find a webpage that you’d like to save, tap on the Share menu, and choose Evernote as a destination. Tapping the big elephant button lets you choose a notebook or add tags. 

They've also added a navigation panel similar to the one found in many current Android apps. Swipe from the left edge of the screen (or press the menu icon in the upper left corner next to the elephant) and a pop-out menu will appear,  displaying your notebooks, tags, and shortcuts.

And not only has Evernote made taking and managing notes easier and faster, they've also imported the search function and they've made it easier to add users to a shared notebook.

You can find the app in Google's App Store.

Changelog:

A fresh look for the app, redesigned to serve you better!
Quick note
-Tap the round green + to create different types of notes
Revamped navigation
-Simpler navigation drawer with direct access to shortcuts
Improved note editor
-Cleaner layout
Handwriting improvements
- Shape recognition
- Pinch to zoom
Evernote Web Clipper
- Collect and organize articles, research, and other content from the web
And more bug fixes.

TNW

Nate Hoffelder

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Nate Hoffelder is the founder and editor of The Digital Reader: He's here to chew bubble gum and fix broken websites, and he is all out of bubble gum. He has been blogging about indie authors since 2010 while learning new tech skills at the drop of a hat. He fixes author sites, and shares what he learns on The Digital Reader's blog. In his spare time, he fosters dogs for A Forever Home, a local rescue group.

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