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Evernote for Android Receives Tablet Makeover – List View, New Home Screen, and New Panels Included

The previous tablet version of Evernote looked pretty, but the functionality wasn’t quite there. In today’s update, the tablet version now mimics that of the phone, plus it adds even more features since it has extra screen real estate to take advantage of. You now have multiple columns that can be displayed with a simple swipe, notes can be displayed as a list rather than just big thumbnails, and the design of note lists has made reading them much easier than ever.

On top of this new tablet UI, smaller screen sizes also get new goodies. Sublists have been added, which means you can add several levels to your bulleted or numbered lists. Lastly, they made slideshows faster and more reliable for those notes with multiple photos. 

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Cheers Tim!

  • jaymonster

    Over the past couple of updates, it feels to me that Evernote is (like Spring pad recently did) truing to become an “organized version” of Pinterest rather than focusing on their notes based roots.

  • arturo_bandini

    Possibly a dumb question, but Evernote for Android requires an SD card – will it work on the Nexus 7?

    • Jeff Metzger

      Works on my Gnex just fine.

    • jaymonster

      All Android devices have an sd-card path, regardless of whether or not they have removable storage, so compatibility is not broken.