Evernote is a web-based app that allows end users to capture, store and synchronize
text, image and video files across multiple computing devices.
The free version of Evernote offers unlimited storage with uploads capped at 60 MB per month. With an Evernote
Premium subscription, which currently costs $5 per month or $45 per year, that limit increases to 1
GB per month. The Evernote Business version allows users to keep personal and business notes
separate, share and collaborate on documents with co-workers. The monthly limit for companies that
purchase Evernote Business is calculated by multiplying 2 GB by the number of licenses
Evernote is available for Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and WebOS.
There are also Windows and Mac OS X
versions of Evernote for the desktop.
Keith Everett demonstrates how to use Evernote.
See also: screen capture
Contributor(s): Colin Steele
This was last updated in July 2013
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