One of the most popular note taking (and so much more) apps for Android, Evernote, recently was updated to version 7.0 for Android phones. A few weeks have passed and Evernote is now rolling out the same version update to Android tablets.
The list of improvements includes Material Design visual changes from the latest Android 5 Lollipop, a new tablet quick notes option that is available on every screen within the app, improved tablet note editor and note view, the typical smattering of bug fixes and more.
While the update still offers a familiar experience across devices, Evernote took advantage of the larger screens of tablets by adding in a new split toolbar, [...]
Following in the footsteps of Google, prominent note-taking solution Evernote has rolled out two-factor verification to all of its users, in a bid to clamp down on security and to reduce the chances of a repeat hack from last year.
The process itself is extensive but can be mastered in less than five minutes, whether you’re doing it on PC, tablet or smartphone. Here’s how to introduce two-step verification in three easy steps:
Enable two-factor authentication
To get things rolling, sign into your Evernote account, head to Account Settings and tap Security.
This will present a number of options, including the ability to go premium and to enable [...]
But in addition to the redesign, Evernote is now also faster, with shortcuts to notes and folders you use frequently, and new Notes, Notebooks, and Tags views that, the company says, allows you to see your content better.
Notes created on phones and tablets will have location data, and some notes created on desktop machines. This could be handy if you’re a spatial thinker and find that you can only remember what you jotted down when you think of where you were at the time.
The company has also added “dramatically improved search” to Evernote 5, with type-ahead, and the ability to search shared notebooks, as well as save frequent [...]
The 10-inch Iconia A3 features a 1280 x 800 resolution display, a quad-core 1.2GHz A7 processor, a 5MP camera and connections for micro SD and a micro HDMI port. It runs Android 4.2.
There’s even Dolby Digital Plus speakers as well as Intellispin, a new feature which can apparently tell which way you’re viewing the tablet even if it is lying down on a table.
Acer says that it will sell Wi-Fi only (€250) and 3G versions (€300) of the tablet from October, although the firm is yet to detail U.S. availability.
The tablet isn’t the only new device Acer will have on show in Berlin, with the Taiwanese vendor also to unveil the Liquid S2, a [...]