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Evernote's redesigned Android app adapts to your note-taking style

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
March 11, 2015
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Evernote only reworked its Android app half a year ago, but it's already back with a new version that's centered around adapting to your note-taking habits. Besides a fresher look that's in step with Google's flatter and brighter Material Design, the update gives you more control over the pop-up action buttons, navigation bar and even notebook covers. The all-important note interface is simpler, too, to help you focus when you're jotting things down. This upgrade probably won't sway you to Evernote if you weren't already a fan, but you'll definitely want to grab it if you didn't think the existing app was flexible enough.

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