Evernote has an announcement that they’ve summed up with one word: HUGE. I guess that means there’s no point in reading further, but if you’re interested, there’s a lot more detail to follow:
The past few weeks can be summed up in one word: HUGE. First, we launched our single most requested version: Evernote for BlackBerry. Then, we passed one million users! On top of all that, we won the Webware 100 Editor’s Choice Award. So, what else is new?
– Evernote for BlackBerry released!
– Over 1,000,000 Evernoters worldwide
– Big Evernote for Mac update
– New integration: Pixily
– Exciting user profiles
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One million strong
It’s hard to believe, but it was only 11 months ago that we eased our way out of private beta, yawned, stretched our arms, and invited the world to remember everything. Today, less than a year later, we would be the 10th largest city in the US. Wow. Now don’t just sit there, go tell all your friends about Evernote before someone else does.
Evernote for BlackBerry
The much (read: MUCH) requested native Evernote for BlackBerry is now available. Yes, it’s true. BlackBerry Curve, Bold, and Storm owners now get a slick app to create new notes and search through all of your existing Evernote content. Read on: http://s.evernote.com/blackberry
Evernote for Mac
The latest Evernote for Mac update adds some great new features: export notes in HTML format, preview attachments via Quick Look from Evernote or in Finder, reset your search and filters with the customizable All Notes toolbar button. Read on: http://s.evernote.com/macupdate2
Evernote for Windows
We know things have been relatively quiet on the Windows front. Fear not! Our caffeine-powered engineers are hard at work on some very major updates to Evernote for Windows. Stay tuned.
Evernote Giveaway: Eye-Fi Cards
Eye-Fi wireless SD cards magically send photos from your digital camera right into your Evernote account without wires or cables. To enter the giveaway, follow Evernote on Twitter and send a message @evernote containing the hashtag ‘#evernote_eyefi’. We will randomly select a handful of entrants on Friday June 5th on our Facebook fan page. Due to restrictions, this giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada only. Read on: http://s.evernote.com/eyefigiveaway
Scan everything to Evernote with Pixily
Evernote and Pixily have teamed up to help you get rid of all the paper that clutters your very un-paperless life. From documents to scraps to receipts, everything is digitized by Pixily and made available in Evernote for easy access any time you like Ã¢â‚¬”you barely have to lift a finger. Read on: http://s.evernote.com/pixily
Check out our new User Profile blog series:
– Cameron Muilenburg: BMX rider http://s.evernote.com/userprofile1
– Dave Levy: Singer, songwriter http://s.evernote.com/userprofile2
– Marie Kennedy: Paperless traveler http://s.evernote.com/userprofile3
Integration Spotlight: ritePen
ritePen, the amazing handwriting recognition software for Windows pen-enabled computers, now works with Evernote. In addition to using ritePen to jot down notes in Evernote, you can take and annotate screenshots, then send them directly into Evernote. Now, for a limited time, get 40% OFF ritePen. Find out more: http://s.evernote.com/ritepen
What’s up with us?
Follow Evernote’s every move by reading our blog (http://blog.evernote.com), following us on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/evernote), joining our Facebook fan page (http://s.evernote.com/facebook), listening to our podcasts (http://s.evernote.com/podcast), checking out our tips blog (http://s.evernote.com/tips) and subscribing to our FriendFeed (http://www.friendfeed.com/evernote).
Yep, thanks to me and 999,999 other people, Evernote has now cleared one million users. I’ve been really picking up my Evernote usage lately, thanks largely to my blogging here. My ideas flow hot and fast, so I really enjoy having one place to put them all, accessible from either my iPhone or Tablet PC. Some make it to GBM. Others to my personal blog. And the rest simmer for a while. I’m also using Evernote for a voice blog called Notes to Self, which is basically a published voice note recorder. It’s a really terrific catch-all for my ideas, and I feel I’ve only scratched the surface of the potential. Who else is proud to be part of the Evernote Million?