Note Taking & Archiving with Evernote
Arguably the best-known web-based note taking program, Evernote supports a wide range of operating system platforms (including OS X, iOS, Chrome OS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone and Blackberry) and can by synced to a cloud account from pretty much any end device, allowing users to back up their notes and access them from anywhere. A "freemium" service, Evernote was designed to serve as a single workspace for all kinds of note taking and archiving – from short to-do lists to extensive research – and help users see ideas through from creation to implementation.
Sleekly designed Interface with a Range of Note Creating Tools
The PC version of Evernote offers a powerful, sleekly designed interface with a range of tools for creating, updating and syncing notes and clips from the desktop. Favourites bars, shortcuts and a range of display options mean it’s easy to customise and use, while notebook organisation, tagging and the ability to search for text inside notes ensure users never lose track of important information again. Frequent travellers can quickly retrieve scanned receipts and other documents on the basis of location. Evernote is fast enough to capture everything you write, yet lightweight enough not to slow down your PC. Browser extensions allow users to save an article, photo or document directly to their Evernote account and access it when they need it. Evernote also enables sharing on social media.
Premium Service offers Offline Note Taking
Most users find that the free version of Evernote to be more than adequate for their needs. However, for those willing to pay the $5 monthly fee, the premium services includes a number of extra benefits such as offline access to notes, PIN locks and multiple user editing of notebooks.
Free basic service (used by most users) // $5/month premium service