Evernote for BlackBerry v3.1 Improves Performance

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I have been a quasi-Evernote user for awhile now and find the service quite useful for certain things. When Don let me know about the latest update I didn’t want to post it unless it was something good so I hunted for a change log and saw that PocketBerry managed to snag one. This update to v3.1 doesn’t add any new features but improves performance and some other goodies. Check out the list below:

  • Significant performance improvements when launching, viewing and searching
  • Improved support for BlackBerry networking technologies
  • Better support for BlackBerry Curve 9300 and BlackBerry Torch
  • Numerous bug fixes and enhancements

You can pick up this update to Evernote in App World at this link

7 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. I’m a big fan of UpVise. You can get in AppWorld or a UpVise.com

  2. Still no support for Autotext. :(

  3. The Evernote 3.1 update actually did add some new features. From blog.evernote.com:

    - We’re excited to introduce a new home screen on Evernote for BlackBerry. This layout, which we first launched in Evernote for Android, makes significantly better use of screen real estate. The result: a more friendly, easier to use interface. As before, you’re able to create text notes, snap a photo and record audio. In addition, you can now attach items from your BlackBerry’s file system to a new note–if you’re a Premium Subscriber, you can attach any file you like. Search has moved onto it’s own screen. There’s a good reason for that…
    - The new search bar is designed to perform triple duty. First, it lets you perform standard Evernote searches. Second, as you type, a list forms beneath the search bar with tags and notebook names for quick filtering. Third, it shows your recent and Saved Searches, so you can execute them without typing a thing.

    It still pales in comparison to their Android and iOS apps, but at least it’s somewhat more useful now than the old version was.

  4. well needed!!! i hate waiting…. i love speedy performance.

  5. I’ve never used this app, but I might give it a try, since so many people seem to really like it.

  6. great update!

  7. I’m really liking the new look.

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