Evernote – one of the very best and most powerful notes apps for iOS – has been updated again this week, to Version 4.1.6.
The two big items in the change list are the ability to stop sharing notes and a new rich text editor for iPads running iOS 5. I’ve been trying out the new iPad editor over recent days and it’s looking quite nice. It’s still a much more crowded interface than some of the crisp, clean writing-focused text editor apps – but if you’re looking for lots of powerful formatting options Evernote is becoming quite a strong option.
There’s no more messing around with ‘appending’ and losing formatting when you edit any note on the iPad, and you can even insert images into notes easily.
The only other item on the change list for this update is assorted bug fixes.
Evernote has been an outstanding iOS app since it first hit the App Store in 2008, it’s great to see the developers continuing to offer regular and impressive updates for it.
Here’s an App Store link for Evernote; it’s still a free app.
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