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  1. Android News

    Latest Evernote beta update adds fingerprint support

    The developers behind Evernote have just rolled out a new update to their beta channel that finally adds fingerprint support to the platform.
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    Latest Evernote update changes the way the sharing tool functions on Android

    The folks behind the Evernote application has just rolled out a new update that focuses on the way you share notes. So when you share something with this update, you'll be asked for an email address or Evernote username. Alternatively, you can tap on the share another way option to to trigger...
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    Report says Evernote has changed its mind about implementing a new privacy policy on January 23rd

    Evernote recently announced they would be changing their privacy policy, and that it would go into effect on January 23rd. This has made a lot of people mad though, and a new report from Fast Company says Evernote has changed its mind on this privacy policy change.
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    Evernote CEO aims to quell concerns about new privacy policy

    Evernote recently introduced a new privacy policy which vaguely stated that certain Evernote employees could read your notes for a number of reasons. The CEO has come out to address those concerns by explaining what types of data the employees will see and why. Highlights of the post include...
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    Evernote employees can now look at your notes

    Evernote's updated privacy policy states that the company's employees will be granted authority to view your notes. The policy is mainly in place to help improve their machine learning so they can improve their product and provide new tools. Evernote says employees selected to do these tasks...
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    Evernote is updated to support Android 7.1's app shortcuts

    Evernote has just been updated with the addition of app shortcuts which was introduced alongside Android 7.1 Nougat.
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    Evernote announces an adjustment to their pricing structure

    Evernote is a popular and robust note-taking application and service and today the company has announced a new pricing system. Free accounts will now be limited to 2 devices, the Plus plan is going up from $25 to $35 per year and the Premium plan is going up from $50 to $70 per year. Evernote...
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    Evernote opens up their passcode lock feature to all users

    Evernote has had a passcode lock feature to keep your documents secure for a while. Sadly this feature was behind a paywall but this changes today. All free users will now have the ability to secure their documents with a passcode and change should be live for all users right now.
  9. Android News

    Evernote integrates Google Drive in latest update

    Evernote is getting a new upgrade today that adds Google Drive support. Users will be able to see their files from Google Drive directly in Evernote, and any changes made to the files in Evernote will sync to both platforms. Furthermore, Evernote makes it easy to preview Google Drive files...
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    Evernote's latest app update will let you scan and edit documents, mark up images and PDFs and more

    Evernote just pushed out a big update to their Android application that adds some big features and fixes some bugs. The company says the update includes the following changes. . . - Many enhancements to the editing experience - Support for strikethrough, subscript, and superscript text styles...
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    Microsoft Outlook adds support for Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist

    Microsoft has enabled support for third-party integration in Microsoft Outlook for Android. The app now supports Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist so you can easily import details from those apps into a calendar entry.
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    Big names in the tech industry join together to file an amicus brief in support of Apple

    A lot of the companies siding with Apple are direct competitors to them, or to each other, but that isn't stopping them from coming together to protect consumer data. Companies like Amazon.com, Box, Cisco, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Google, Mozilla, Nest Labs, Pinterest, Slack, Snapchat...
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    Evernote is discontinuing Skitch for Android, iOS and Windows

    Evernote has announced that Skitch for Android, iOS and Windows will all be discontinued. The Mac version of the app will be the only one which remains. Their reasoning is that many of Skitch's features are already supported within Evernote, so why not just get people to download Evernote?
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    Evernote Announces They Will End Support for Evernote for Pebble, Skitch and Clearly

    Evernote for the Pebble smartwatch is going to be discontinued and will no longer be supported. The company is also getting rid of the Clearly browser extension as well as Skitch on iOS, Android and Windows(although they will still support Skitch for Mac). Evernote says that most of the...