The iOS version of Evernote has a slight edge in visual appeal with its version of Evernote, but the Android version of the note synchronisation utility has it where it counts: productivity.
By now you probably know about Evernote, the cloud based document/idea storage service. The Android version of Evernote hasn’t been the prettiest of critters historically speaking, but the latest update gives it a simple, clean layout — by default a calendar of all your saved notes — as well as shared document features and easy tagging. Whether you’re organising tasks or even using it as a very simple shared word processor, it’s a must-have application.
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Clean UI design
Lacks word count