With more than 200 million users, Evernote has become a stalwart in the new age of productivity. Through the app, people can create, share, and sync text, sketches, photos, audio, video, PDFs, and web clippings across devices.
Until 2016, Windows users accessed Evernote through the Evernote Touch app. But developers wanted to give people a seamless, full-fledged Evernote experience across devices.
So they replaced Evernote Touch with the Evernote for Windows desktop app and made it available in the Windows Store. The improved Windows 10 desktop Evernote app features cross-device functionality, smarter search capabilities, and other features for Windows customers running the Anniversary Update. Now, whether you’re recording a lecture on your smartphone, writing notes on your tablet, or drawing a complex blueprint on your Windows 10-enabled computer, you’ll have all of Evernote’s features and functionalities on your device.
Updating the PC app was straightforward and easy thanks to Desktop Bridge, a set of technologies that streamlines app deployment to a variety of devices and provides greater audience reach and monetization to developers.