Evernote

Evernote 5.3

Free
Evernotecan can help you upload data to the Cloud
3.9  (313 votes)
5.2
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Evernote can help you upload data to the Cloud. More than just notes, this program can also manage documents, photos, audio files, and presentations. This way, provided there is available access to the Internet, you can open them from any place or device without the need to take them with you. All you need to do is to create an Evernote account using your email address.

The application has a simple-to-use interface. In fact, you can start using it right away. However, you should understand the concept of “notebooks”, that is, containers where you organize your files. Independently of how many files you keep, the program provides easy ways to find them. For example, you can conduct full-text searches and even save the results to use them in the future. Similarly, you can tag your notes and group them into categories.

Evernote lets you share your notes easily. Thus, notebooks and individual elements can be shared with others, just by providing their email addresses. Then, each of them will receive an invitation to visit the shared contents. Another way to do so is to post invitations on social networks. In addition, if you classify a notebook as public, it will be accessible to anyone. Finally, the contents of your files may be printed straight from the program´s interface.

All in all, Evernote is an excellent application to store your files and make them available to others. Unfortunately, although the application will not cost you a single penny, there is a limit to the amount of info you can upload using a free account. Another limitation is that shared files cannot be edited unless one or more of the users involved has a premium account.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • It can handle multiple file types.
  • It stores data on the cloud.
  • It is easy to use.
  • It provides several ways to share information

Cons

  • There is a limit to the amount of data you can upload using a free account.
  • Shared files cannot be edited if the users do not have premium accounts
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