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Evernote, a Mountain View, Calif.-based company that makes my favorite cross-platform app, is all set to release the final Android version of it. It will be available for download in the Android market sometime today.

notelist.pngEvernote, a Mountain View, Calif.-based company that makes my favorite cross-platform app, is all set to release the final Android version of it. It will be available for download in the Android market sometime tomorrow today.

Evernote, which is already available on the BlackBerry and iPhone platforms, released an Android version of the app in beta earlier this year. While I use the app most often on my MacBook Air, it comes in handy when I am on the go. It has become a favorite collaboration tool as well.

The Android version of Evernote is quite satisfactory, especially on a Droid, though it still doesn’t have the smoothness of the iPhone version. I haven’t spent much time on the Palm webOS version (though I should), but I still don’t feel the BlackBerry version is as good as the others. The company recently raised $10 million in new VC funding.

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  1. Wow, this looks impressive, might have to give it a test run. Perhaps a 3Banana replacement for me if the test goes well.

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    1. Try it out. It was pretty awesome as a beta version so this one’s isn’t going to disappoint you even a bit.

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  2. [...] 16th, 2009 (7:30am) Simon Mackie No CommentsTweet This As Om reports over on GigaOM, Evernote’s Android app has moved out of beta and should be available in the Android Market [...]

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  3. [...] Malik from GigaOM called Evernote “quite satisfactory, especially on a Droid,” though he noted its not as [...]

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  4. [...] favorite note-taking app is being released for the Android platform today, according to GigaOM. The Android version will provide the ability to take notes and add photos and voice recordings as [...]

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  5. [...] Evernote Launching Android App Tech Insider [...]

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  6. [...] has been available for Windows, Mac, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch, Blackberry and Palm Pre. According to GigaOm, Evernote for the Droid does not match up to the iPhone version, but does have a leg up on all [...]

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  7. [...] Malik from GigaOM called Evernote “quite satisfactory, especially on a Droid,” though he noted its not as [...]

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  8. [...] Malik from GigaOM called Evernote “quite satisfactory, especially on a Droid,” though he noted its not as good as [...]

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  9. [...] Evernote Launches Android App (gigaom.com) [...]

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