Evernote Update Brings OfficeSuite Document Editing


Evernote has published quite a hefty update on Google Play, which includes some great new features; one of which being the implementation of OfficeSuite, thanks to a newly formed partnership between the two companies.

OfficeSuite accessibility will enable Evernote users to edit documents in their library; however, it does require the user to download and install the OfficeSuite app separately. The app currently retails at $14.99 in the Play Store, but Evernote users will receive a weeks free trial in order to try it out first.

The update also makes managing reminders so much easier, users will now be able to add, reorganize and mark reminders as completed directly from the notebooks main page. In addition, the Evernote widget has also been adjusted to enable lockscreen support, a swipable “list view” and a multitude of new customization options.

The full changelog can be seen below:

  • Edit documents saved in Evernote using the OfficeSuite app
  • Mark up attached PDFs with Skitch (Premium feature)
  • Add a new Reminder right from the Reminders list
  • Numerous performance and stability improvements
  • View notes in a list
  • View and add Reminders
  • Improved scaling for different screen heights
  • Supports lockscreen on Jelly Bean

You can download the latest version of Evernote now, by clicking the source link below.