Who does not know Evernote? It is considered that Evernote is one of 10 applications that everyone should carry in their smartphone, but it is also available for computers. Evernote is a service to do, manage and organize notes of any kind and at any time through the cloud, so you can always access to notes via Internet (Evernote can also work without Internet).


Evernote stores notes through a hierarchical structure of three levels: Note, Notepad (set of notes), and Stack (set of notepads). In addition, Evernote lets you add other attributes, such as labels and geolocation, to each note. Notes can store anything: text, images, links, files, web pages, screenshots, etc.

Evernote has two versions: a freemium one, enough for the most people (the only limitation is the amount of megabytes that you can upload to the cloud per month), and a premium one with several improvements such as a larger number of megabytes up to the cloud, increased security, teamwork, and smarter searches. Finally, Evernote is complemented with other software as Skitch and Penultimate (we will analyze them later).

Evernote is available on major mobile platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry; as well as major operating systems such as MS Windows and Mac OS X. There is also an Evernote clone for Linux called NeverNote.

With all these options, it is clear that Evernote is great for storing and managing all the information of our research.

Download: https://evernote.com