EverNote is one of my favorite applications because of its advanced note taking capabilities. With it I’m able to clip important information from the web, write up grocery lists, keep track of things I need to do, and more.
The new EverNote 2.2 raises the bar even more by adding some highly anticipated features:
- Improved search for printed and handwritten text within images
- Auto-import snapshots from your camera phone
- Basic image editing right inside EverNote
- Google Desktop Search (GDS) compatibility – all searches using Google Desktop will include your notes
- Universal Clipper with image markup
- Open, manage, and edit notes in separate windows
The advanced version of EverNote ($49.95) includes searching within images, handwriting recognition, shape correction, and digital ink support. You’ll get to use all of those features for your first 60 days, and after that EverNote will revert to a fully functional mode without those features. I think it’s safe to say that if you don’t have a Tablet PC the free version will suffice.
Heads Up: The download is 56.5MB in size, which is rather large.