Note-taking cloud service Evernote has revamped its website – not the main (and actually the last) element pushing its ever-growing userbase. Either way, the updated site provides a glimpse into what we can expect from the Windows, Mac, iPhone and Android Evernote apps in the near future, including some pretty neat features. Among these tweaks and features is an overhauled 3-panel interface which resembles Evernote’s desktop versions, as well as the abilty to share individual notes via Facebook, e-mail and IM.
“Previous sharing capabilities were focused on team collaboration, specifically sharing an entire notebook, while the new feature is more flexible. Now every note will include a share button that allows both social sharing of individual notes and team notebook sharing.”
Additional features include the ability to create notebook stacks as well as a snippet view of notes; saved searches and auto-save for notes.
Evernote has a big family of apps widely used by the professional sector, which is starting to adopt the tablet business apps revolution. Evernote got featured in our list as one of those apps, and belongs to an ever-lengthening line-up also includes apps by Citrix, Salesforce.com and a host of others.
The person cloud industry is growing fast, and one of the biggest players pushing it is Box.net. The personal cloud storage vendor is also targeting the professional sector, and recently jumped into the enterprise space with ECM Cloud Connect, a new offering which bridges on-premise enterprise content management systems and the Box.net cloud. Another player is of course Springpad, a dedicated Evernote competitor who recently released version 2.1 of its Android app, and earlier updated its iOS application – about which our News Editor Kristen Nicole interviewed the company’s co-founder and CEO Jeff Janer.