The new Evernote Home screen large widget includes quick access to your latest Evernote notes.
Evernote released a new tablet-optimized client that turns out to work very well on the 7" HTC Flyer. The new Android Market app adds a slick user interface with books and movie rentals too. You can now find apps much faster in the Android Market with this new version of the store.
Check out my full ZDNet Mobile Gadgeteer post for a video walkthrough and some more thoughts on these apps.
The new Home screen in Evernote looks great and is very functional.
There are several ways to search using the new advanced search options.
You can add geo-tags to your notes and since many people remember where they took notes this functionality may be helpful to find notes.
Rich text formatting is finally here in Evernote so we can create checkbox lists, bulleted lists, and numbered lists. You can also modify text with bold, italic, and underlines.
You can quickly jump between notebooks in the new Evernote.
There are a few settings in Evernote, including managing offline notebooks with a premium account.
There are a few pages of settings within Evernote.
The new Android Market store has a slick new UI and when rotated into landscape appears a bit differently than seen here in portrait orientation.
Here you can see how it fills the display in landscape orientation.
Apps now have more categories for improving discoverability. Here you can see Top Paid apps.
Google adds some different layer of sorting with this new category.
Android owners like their free apps so there are ways to view them and get them on your device too.
Trending apps is a good way to see what is hot at the moment so there is a page for these too.
There are fewer pages in games, but at least you can see more quickly here too.
There are categories for games, apps, movies, and books. Here you can see the Games categories as an example.
You can now purchase or find free books on the Android Market.
There are pages of books with filters too.
Once you find a book that interests you tap on it to see more details.
Movies are also now supported in the Android Market so an Android ecosystem is definitely building here.
Movies can be rented for just a few bucks.
Like books you can tap on a moview to view more movie details and view a trailer.
It is common to browse for movies by release date.
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