Just as the fourth version of Android was a major overhaul, so is the Android version 4.0 of the popular note-taking app, Evernote.
Sporting a completely redesigned home screen, there are now large icons for New note, Snapshot, Audio and Attach, which take up most of the top half of the screen. Personal and shared notebooks are now displayed together in a single view, while the UI will fade away when viewing a note for an unobstructed, full-screen view.
Other changes include contextual action bars at the bottom of the screen, which will display options relevant to the current task. For example, editing or tagging options will appear when viewing a note while the option to sort your notes and to edit your notes will appear when you're browsing your note list. Navigating the app is also made easy as horizontal swiping when viewing Notebooks, Tags and Places will bring you from one category to the next. And if you want to view your note list from the home screen, a single swipe to the left will get you there.
Here's a video to help in digesting all the new changes.
Source: Evernote Blog