Evernote, the online service with over 1 million users as of June 2009 that aims to remember everything by being your digital scrapbook, has now launched an application for the Android platform after being in beta for a little over 2 months. With Evernote you can take a picture, upload a PDF file, audio file, or just type in text notes, and all that information will be stored and made searchable, for free. Paying customers, $5 per month or $45 per year, can upload any file type they want, as long as it is under 25 MB. To download the Android application it simply open up the Android Market and search for Evernote or visit s.evernote.com/getandroid. There is also an iPhone and BlackBerry version.