Check out the EverNote Windows Mobile technology preview

I was just browsing my favorite blogs and stumbled upon some awesome news over at jkOnTheRun that details the installation process and functionality of the new EverNote technology preview for Windows Mobile. There is a very limited OneNote Mobile client for Windows Mobile devices and I was patiently waiting to see a mobile client from EverNote (a OneNote competitor) and it looks like they surpassed the functionality of OneNote with this preview product. You can check out more details of the Windows Mobile technology preview and even try it on your Windows Mobile 5 or 6 Pocket PC or Smartphone device. You will need the desktop version of EverNote 2.2 and there is a 60-day free trial so you can truly see if it fits into your mobile software arsenal.

Check out the EverNote Windows Mobile technology preview
I was just browsing my favorite blogs and stumbled upon some awesome news over at jkOnTheRun that details the installation process and functionality of the new EverNote technology preview for Windows Mobile. There is a very limited OneNote Mobile client for Windows Mobile devices and I was patiently waiting to see a mobile client from EverNote (a OneNote competitor) and it looks like they surpassed the functionality of OneNote with this preview product. You can check out more details of the Windows Mobile technology preview and even try it on your Windows Mobile 5 or 6 Pocket PC or Smartphone device. You will need the desktop version of EverNote 2.2 and there is a 60-day free trial so you can truly see if it fits into your mobile software arsenal.

Some of the great features in the Windows Mobile client include the ability to create notes on your device with your stylus (OneNote only lets you create text notes), take snapshots with your mobile device camera and save the image as a note, record audio notes, and search through text notes. There is not yet any syncing capability in this preview so you will have to manually copy databases back and forth between your device and PC, but I imagine there will be conduit once the software is released as a full product. There are some other known limitations as you can see on the bottom of the technology preview site so keep these in mind as you try the product too. I think this is a great step forward for mobile productivity and look forward to further developments.

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