Evernote for Windows Phone is about to ride off into the sunset, as support for the app will be dropped on June 29.
As promised, Evernote has launched its regular PC desktop app in the Windows Store for Windows 10 users. The app is the same Win32 version that has been available for some time.
In an official support page, Evernote has announced that its upcoming app for Windows 10 PCs will be launched August 2 in the Windows Store, taking the place of the current Evernote Touch.
A listing for a Windows 10 PC version of the popular Evernote app has appeared in the Windows Store. However, the app itself is not ready for prime time.
Should you be rocking build 14372 of the Windows 10 Insider Preview, you'll be able to install an Evernote extension for Microsoft Edge.
Evernote has released a revamped versions of its app for Windows desktop users. It includes new improvements for its user interface, along with smarter search features and more.
Microsoft has released the OneNote Importer tool for Windows. It allows users of the Evernote service to transfer their content over to Microsoft's rival OneNote app.
Evernote has announced that it will be shutting down three of its offerings: annotation app Skitch, its Clearly browser extension, and Evernote for Pebble.
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