Evernote for iOS updated with redesigned screens, improved usability, new settings and more

Evernote for iOS updated with redesigned screens, improved usability, new settings and more

Evernote keeps making all of its mobile clients better and better. Their latest thing is further improvements of the iOS app that got few new features as well as a number of tweaks. Here’s what’s new:

  • More intuitive text styling options which are now accessible from a new tab that appears above the keyboard — when you tap it, the keyboard will be replaced with formatting options.
  • Redesigned note info screen from where you can quickly set the notebook, add tags and see the location of the note on a map.
  • Better checkbox support that detects the new line while also allowing you to indent your checkboxes, making it easier to have lists within lists.
  • Attachments are now placed on the top so you can add a photo or audio recording with fewer taps. Moreover, there’s the new audio recorder as well as Photo Stream support (for iCloud users).
  • New settings that allow you to turn on and off auto-titles and the ability to save images (or not) to the Camera Roll.

In addition, Evernote says there are also some under-the-hood changes that make the app run smoother…

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