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Evernote Trunk Presentation (full video)

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I really enjoyed last week’s Evernote Trunk press conference. The company demonstrated how it and its partners would make the service even more useful and gave us a glimpse of the future of the note service. Here’s a video of the the one-hour Evernote presentation that I shot.

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The video is very long, though I’m sure Evernote geeks will enjoy it. There are some very interesting stats outlined in the video, including the fact that 18% of the mobile devices running Evernote are iPads. iPhones and iPod Touches make up the majority of mobile devices running Evernote, with Android having a decent slice of the pie.

Sumocat already mentioned several of the new Evernote features last week. But I believe there’s a lot more to the future of Evernote than a handful of new features and partnerships. Its growth rate is incredible and as you can see in the video, the company’s nailed the Freemium model.

I use Evernote on a daily basis and after attending the event I’m even more hooked to the service. Over the weekend I emptied out my filing cabinet and order a Fujistu Scansnap s1300, which I will be using to go completely paperless. I’m also playing around with Voice2Note, a new service that lets users phone in notes and have their audio notes transcribed. I’m also trying out ScanBizCards, an iPhone app that extracts contact info from business cards, adds info to your contacts and sends a scan of the card to Evenote.



Xavier Lanier is the publisher of Gotta Be Mobile and a photographer. He uses too many devices to count, but his current favorites are the iPhone 5s, HTC One, Nikon D800 and Sony RX 100M II. You can follow him on Twitter and Google+.

2 Comments

  1. OfficeDrop

    07/20/2010 at 12:45 pm

    Xavier,
    At the Evernote event you should have gotten a green envelope from OfficeDrop – we are a scanning service that has integrated with Evernote. If you register, put your paper into the envelope and drop it in the mail we’ll scan it into Evernote as text-searchable PDFs. If you want to self scan, check out ScanDrop, our free desktop scan-to-evernote application (although it is only Windows at this time.)
    Best,
    Healy
    OfficeDrop Marketing Guy

    • Xavier Lanier

      07/20/2010 at 2:11 pm

      Hi Healy,

      I did see the service and while I’m not in need of your services I’m sure others around here will be. Would be glad to give it a spin or learn more about OfficeDrop at some point.

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