Evernote was recently spotlighted in Inc. Magainze, and for good reason–it’s a fantastic app for helping you remember stuff. It goes beyond simple note-taking and makes it easy to take quick notes, record a quick sound clip, or save a picture for later.
The best way I can describe it is a brain dump repository. The pain Evernote solves is the fact that your brain can only handle so much information. Evernote solves that by making it quick and easy to take notes, tag notes, and find them later.
One of the best selling points of Evernote is that you can have it on just about any platform–Mac, PC, Android, and iOS. There’s even an open source version for Linux that is built using the Evernote API. This means that I can take notes on my tablet and have them show up on my phone, my computer, and in any browser.
The Evernote widget for Android is especially great, making it even easier to quickly jot down a note or record a clip on the go.
If you’ve never used Evernote, it’s worth a look. Do you already use Evernote? What’s your favorite way to use it? Let me know in the comments.