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Evernote says goodbye to Hello and Peek

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Evernote has announced it will be ending support for its contacts management app Hello on February 7. The company suggests migrate their data to Evernote before then. Here's the email Evernote sent out announcing the closer.

As of February 7, 2015, Evernote will discontinue its support for Evernote Hello and we won't be making any further updates to the app.

What will happen after February 7, 2015?

Future attempts to sign in to Evernote Hello will no longer work. For this reason, we recommend you save your contacts to Evernote or your phone before February 7.

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If you like Hello, Evernote is an even more powerful way to manage your contacts. Like Hello, it instantly captures information from business cards, adds details from LinkedIn, and lets you search and recall contacts with any of your devices.

The company is also ending support for its flashcards app Peek on February 7. Now users will be directed to download the company's partner app Study Blue.
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