Evernote for Mac allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere. Simply download the Mac client and sign into your Evernote account, then you can access information you save from any of your synchronized devices.
Stop forgetting things. Capture everything now so you will be able to find it all later.
- Tasks and to-dos
- Notes and research
- Web pages
- Business cards
- Wine labels
And then find them all any time across all Macs and devices you use.
You now can automatically download and install all updates. That’s one less thing to take care of.
While editing an attachment in an outside program, you might have lost all your work if the note got deleted in a crash. Now, you will get a prompt to save these changes to a new note, rescuing your hard work.
Sometimes it would all come crashing down when PDFs were annotated, but no more.
Now and then, nested tags would collapse when they weren’t supposed to, which was slightly embarrassing.
When you merged notes and synced, the notes’ images, PDFs, or audio didn’t always come along for the ride.
If you removed a notebook from your shortcuts, sometimes the notebook would no longer be displayed anywhere, as if it mysteriously disappeared altogether.
Drag and drop was sometimes interfering with copy and paste, causing copied content to not paste correctly. Can’t we all just get along?
When you shared a note through iMessage, sometimes it only shared the title instead of the entire note, which wasn’t particularly useful.
Sometimes you put a URL in a note and then the content wouldn’t load, which was a bummer.
When you added an image, rotated it, and then had a change of heart and hit undo, you somehow lost everything in your note. This was, admittedly, a bit of an overreaction.
If you didn’t have the ‘Show Notes in Groups’ sort option checked off, then you were unable to see the title of the note at the top of the list in Snippet View. A very specific wrong that has now been righted.