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As Om reports over on GigaOM, Evernote’s Android app has moved out of beta and should be available in the Android Market today (or, as James over at jkOnTherun notes, it can be downloaded and installed directly from Evernote). The Android version joins Evernote apps already […]

As Om reports over on GigaOM, Evernote’s Android app has moved out of beta and should be available in the Android Market today (or, as James over at jkOnTherun notes, it can be downloaded and installed directly from Evernote). The Android version joins Evernote apps already available for the iPhone, PalmOS and BlackBerry — your Evernote data is automatically synced between all your devices. Om notes that he likes the Android app, but feels that it’s not quite as smooth as the iPhone version.

If you’ve had a chance to play with Evernote for Android, let us know what you think of it in the comments.

By Simon Mackie

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  1. grab’d this today // A+ !! // i’m a long time evernote user && have had my g1 for over a year now, so i’m really glad i can finally use them both in a clean user interface. // also really glad there is photo && audio “notes” capabilites. // highly recommend to any android users out there. //

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  2. It’s fantastic. Having access to Evernote so easily and creating notes is amazing.

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  3. Don’t even ask me why, but Evernote decided to release without Share functionality, which was present in the beta. This rather cripples the app on Android phones, although I can understand why an iPhone user wouldn’t look for it.

    We wrote it up here, last night: http://bit.ly/8JyTr6

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