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09-18-2013, 05:07 PM #1
Evernote Made All Shiny and New for iOS 7
Evernote recently updated its essential mobile app for iOS 7, adding a completely redesigned home screen that puts everything in front of you, right away. This includes all of your notes, notebooks, tags, shortcuts and announcements. Thatís not all either though, on the Evernote blog, the developers mentioned the following about the update:
The new iOS 7 is exactly the sort of thing that makes being an app developer so thrilling. Weíve spent months getting to know every minute detail, design and interaction of the new operating system. The experience has been eye-opening, inspiring and freeing. IOS 7 is so new that it allowed us to let go, restart and build in a way that we havenít been able to do in years. The result: a completely, unbelievably, unexpectedly new Evernote.
The tag screen has a new look as well with popular tags darkened for easy identification with users. Users will now also be able to share notes via AirDrop, which seems like a great idea as users wonít have to rely on co-workers who forget to check their email. Last but not least, users will be able to sync everything even when Evernote isnít active as the main app.
The company released the following video which showcases the new features in the app:
Evernote has been a go-to app to keep notes connected to the web and synced to all your devices and the recent update has given us even more reasons to use it. The universal app is currently available in the App Store with the update being free to all current users.
Source: Evernote (blog)
09-18-2013, 05:25 PM #2
iOS 7 Only apps already appearing...ho hum. I remember when this happened with 6 and I started getting the 'your iOS is not supported' message. So now it's a battle between my apps and my jailbreak. Should I succumb to the lure of the shiny📀new iOS and all its exclusive new app updates, or should I keep my jailbreak?💾 ..................Opinions?
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09-18-2013, 07:35 PM #7
Example: you are using an iPhone 4. Apple updates iPhoto to iOS 100, and iPhone 4 can't run iOS 100. But it can run iOS 99, and iPhoto used to work on iOS 99. So Apple lets you download the iOS 99 version.
09-18-2013, 08:02 PM #8