Filed under: Utilities, Productivity, web 2.0
While I am not an Evernote user myself, I hear it's great. It's a very well-known app, but in a nutshell you could call it a “complete capture tool”. It comes as a desktop or mobile app, and lets you save “your ideas, things you see, and things you like”.
And now, with the Trunk app store, I just discovered Evernote has its own little ecosystem. It turns out the company has many partners developing products that tie into Evernote itself (this is news for me), and Trunk now makes all of these products available in one location. VentureBeat reports that the store has about 100 apps from 67 different companies.
One interesting note is that the store actually offers hardware too; I am not sure if these devices count as “apps” in VentureBeat's tally. These are devices like scanners and printers from Canon, Fujitsu and Lexmark, and even the Nokia N900 phone which has an Evernote Sharing plug-in.
Does anyone know how good Evernote's right-to-left language support is? For me, the main drawback for these capture systems is that they often support only left-to-right languages, thus making them less than ubiquitous.
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