Evernote is now shipping 2.0 of the popular note taking and data collection software.
EverNote gives users a single place for all types of notes and information and to make them instantly accessible at anytime, in any place. EverNote makes it easy to store and quickly access typed and handwritten memos, webpage excerpts, emails, phone messages, addresses, passwords, brainstorms, sketches, documents and more.
There are a slew of new features including an improved UI, advanced capturing of content, and greatly improved category managment, along with an enhanced backup system. You can check out the list of features here.
There are several ways you can check out EverNote. There is a free version that does not include searching within images, handwriting recognition, and synchronization; and there is a 30 day trial of the Pro version which does include all the features.
The cost for EverNote Pro is $49.95 but it looks like current users can purchase it for $29.95 until May 31, 2007.
Check it out here.
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