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Evernote, Now Playing on Nokia N900

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Evernote, a Mountain View, Calif.-based startup, says that Nokia has developed a version of its web service that allows users to capture and store information using the built-in sharing functionality of the Nokia N900. This is made possible using a plug-in. Nokia is using the Evernote API.

Nokia N900 owners can send snapshots from the camera and photo gallery, as well as audio and other content into Evernote as part of their normal interaction with the N900 device.

After a one-step installation process, users gain the ability to send various types of content directly from the device’s sharing menu. Once in Evernote, everything is processed and made searchable. Notes created from the device, or from desktop and web versions of Evernote, can be accessed through the built-in web browser on the N900.

Evernote has raised over $16.5 million in funding from Morgenthaler Ventures and other investors. It’s a poster child of the freemium business model.

4 Responses to “Evernote, Now Playing on Nokia N900”

  1. coolfx35

    I have been the proud owner of the N900 for nearly a month now. I also own an HTC Magic and think the N900 is a far superior phone. I am a Linux user (Linux Mint and Sabayon) on my computers and love how open this phone is.

    I am still playing with the phone and learning but am getting to grips with it. I have added the testing repo which has opened up a lot more to play with.

    Look forward to chatting to all the other N900 users at this really does feel like an enthusiasts phone, not just another run of the mill handset.