Evernote, the most popular note-taking app and one of the most popular overall apps for Android, has just been updated to version 3.6 and has a ton of new features to bring to the table along with it. Most notably, users can now take notes with speech-to-text-transcription. There have also been a few improvements, such as larger thumbnails in the note list and the ability to turn off auto-titling via the app settings.
Tablet owners running Evernote will now have access to the “Explore Evernote” feature discovery system, which is a great way for newbies to find their way around the app for the first time, without having to stumble around in the dark.
Evernote is available for free on Google Play and has seen over 10 million downloads since it was first released. The app is also available for iOS devices and has seen equal popularity on that side of the fence. If you already have it installed, check the Play Store for your awaiting update. If you’re a first-timer, go ahead and hit the link below to grab your copy. Then, be sure to drop us a comment in the thread below to tell us what you think of the new update.