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Evernote 5 moves past beta on Windows Desktop, available to download now

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
September 4, 2013
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It took a little longer than two months for it to shed the beta tag, but Evernote 5 for Windows Desktop is now fully baked and ready for you to download. This major iteration of the productivity software brings a user interface that's been redesigned from the ground up, with features such as Reminders, Shortcuts and "smarter searching" added to improve the overall experience. In addition to that, Evernote says it's enhanced other functionality within the app, giving Windows folk easier access to things like Notes, Notebooks, Tags and Saved Searches. There's a link to Evernote's blog post below, where you'll find more details on all the changes and a direct link to the update.

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