Following in the footsteps of the largest redesign in Apple's iOS history, Evernote has revamped itself in a new package for the Apple family: Evernote for iOS 7*, as well as the new Presentation Mode feature in Evernote for Mac. Just a few days ago, we reported that Evernote released its updated Evernote 5 for Windows and Evernote Webclipper 6 for Chrome.
The new home screen is now a clean workspace made specially for workaholics on the go. At a glance, you'll see your shortcuts, recently visited notes, notebooks, tags, and a tab at the bottom of the screen to make a quick note. The tags section has been redesigned to create a gradient of colors, with the more popular tags in a darker shade of green.
Skitch, a popular annotation app from the Evernote family, has now been incorporated into the Evernote app, leveling up your productivity. If you are a premium user, you will be able to markup any attached PDFs in your notes from a sliding menu of tools, whether to highlight points to remember, or draw out important sections for your colleagues’ reference.
Share notes easily with the new Airdrop option, which lets you send notes to your colleagues or friends as long as they have airdrop enabled near you. You no longer need to wait to sync notes, since all your notes will be synced at all times (even if your app is inactive).
Additionally, Evernote for Mac 5.3 debuts a brand new view option - Presentation Mode.
Great for meetings in small groups, it presents your notes on the big screen in a simple but concise manner. You have the option of presenting single or multiple notes, or supporting your bullet points with information via a link, to another note. You'll be able to move fluidly between notes with ease. Your cursor will even act like a laser point - light trail included - to draw attention to points in a visually compelling way.
*You can get some tips for using the iOS 7 here.
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