Posts tagged evernote

Photo: Google.

Photo: Google.

Back at Google I/O this year, the company showed off the ability to run Android apps on ChromeOS and Chromebooks natively. Today, Google has gone ahead and unveiled the first batch of Android apps to run on Chrome OS.

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Evernote 6 is rolling out on Android today, and it’s bringing with it a gorgeous new look and a bunch of new features. In addition to a floating “New Note” button that makes it quicker and easier to create new entries, you’ll find support for web clips, fast notebook sharing, and an overhauled search function.

Sunrise-Songkick

If you aren’t already using Sunrise to manage your calendars on Android and iOS, then you’re doing something wrong. It’s the prettiest (certainly on Android) and most impressive calendar app, and it just got even better.

A new update that’s rolling out today lets you connect to services like Songkick, Evernote, Tripit and more to automatically add upcoming tasks and events to your schedule.

Galaxy-S5-hands-on

Getting free apps and services with a new smartphone isn’t rare; handset makers often use freebies to encourage consumers to adopt their latest product. But Samsung’s $600 “Galaxy Gifts Package” that comes bundled with its new Galaxy S5 is worth talking about.

Evernote-handwriting

Evernote has updated its Android app to introduce handwriting recognition, allowing you to search all the notes and sketches you jot down with a fingertip or stylus. The latest release also deliver an enhanced note editor, a faster camera experience, and numerous bug fixes.

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