43 Folders has posted a short review of the Evernote application for the iPhone (or the iPod touch).
I need to do a full post on Evernote here some time soon, because it really is a nifty little application for collecting, storing, and organizing practically any kind of information you can throw at it. The iPhone version is a stripped-down, all-business version of the app that will scratch an itch for Evernote fans who are fatigued by having to email everything to the mothership.
Having used it myself, it works quite well.
I have been using Evernote for a while now.
Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere.
Now what I like about Evernote, is not only can you use it online from any web browser, they also have clients for OS X and Windows. If you have a Tablet PC you can even use your “Pen” to make notes too.
They also have a Windows Mobile client and one should also be available for the iPhone (and so the iPod touch) soon.
There is this video which helps explain things a little better.
Now from a learning perspective this could have real potential for learner in keeping all their electronic notes in one place. They won’t need to worry about if they are learning at home, in college, at work, whilst mobile or wherever they are.
Pen support means that those learners who prefer to write notes can, whilst those that prefer to type will be able to.
You can even add audio notes.
Well worth checking out, it use to be invite only, but as of yesterday it is now an open beta which means anyone can sign up.
Evernote is now in open beta! No more invitations required. Tell all your friends.
Find out more.