Evernote has been polished and redesigned for Apple's latest operating system, Mac OS X 10.3, also known as Lion.
The update to Evernote for Mac, announced on Monday, brings a host of user interface tweaks to the online note-taking, curation and aggregation application.
"When you update, the first thing you’ll notice is that Evernote has a significantly redesigned interface," Andrew Sinkov, Evernote marketing executive, wrote in a blog post. "We've embraced the new look and feel of Lion, giving the app a much more polished appearance."
The application has gained a full-screen mode, bringing the interface closer to that seen on the iPad version, along with a tool to hide the left panel.
Favourites have been brought in as well, allowing users to jump to categories, individual notebooks and tags via a hovering top bar.
Versions of Evernote for Mac running on older Apple operating systems will not get the interface updates but will see some "under the hood improvements", Sinkov wrote.
"We're very excited about what Lion has to offer," he said. "We have lots of new stuff planned. Stay tuned."