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Evernote for iPad is free from the iTunes App Store
Evernote for iPad is free from the iTunes App Store

Apple iPad stays productive with Evernote app too

Evernote for iPad is free from the iTunes App Store

One of the best note-taking applications available on the iPhone and iPod touch is Evernote. It’s incredibly popular among business users, students, and the general public alike. Well, now Evernote is available for the iPad too.

By taking advantage of the larger display, Evernote for iPad can be even more useful to Apple lovers on the go. The core application is exactly the same for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, so you don’t have to re-familiarize yourself with a new system.

There is one difference, however. The iPad version of Evernote has been revamped with a new interface that makes best use of the bigger iPad screen. This reduces the amount of navigating that you do. According to the developers, they want you to “have the feeling of running your fingers directly through your memories. It’s hard to describe but easy to experience.”

Using the tabs, you can find your way through notebooks, tags, places, and notes. There is a search utility too, of course, and you can create a new note by hitting the “New Note” button in the corner.  One drawback according to user comments on the iTunes app store is that Evernote does not support full-screen viewing of documents.

Find Evernote for iPad in the App Store. It’s a free download.

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A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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