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Evernote hits Windows Phone 7, marches steadily toward complete device domination

Brian Heater
June 17, 2011
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Evernote this week announced that its eponymous note-taking software has finally hit Windows Phone 7, the latest in a long line of platforms that includes everything from webOS to Google Wave. Like the dozen or so other versions, the app is all about saving ideas and syncing them across compatible devices. This one, however, was built around WP7's UI, with pivoting panels devoted to Notes, Notebooks, Tags, and Recent Notes. The app is available now for free from the App Hub, so take note -- by writing the information on your hand or something.

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