Evernote is now offering its beta app for Windows desktop users with a slew of new features and improvements. The redesigned app comes with over 100 new features like shortcuts, dedicated buttons for notes and tags, Atlas map search and other premium features.
Evernote Windows app is now available to download in beta. Mac users are already enjoying this app since November 2012. Its Windows desktop turn now to enjoy the popular note taking app on their devices. The company has announced that the app is redesigned totally 'to make the app easier to use, more flexible, and more beautiful than ever.' New app version looks good and brings in latest search and discovery features.
The list of features is very long. It includes shortcuts, dedicated buttons for notes, notebooks and tags while users can also expand their notebooks and tags lists to move shortcuts quickly. Note list note editor and note information features are redesigned to provide better browsing via card view. Note creation is very easy now than predecessor versions. A related notes feature is also offered for premium users.
Many new search and exploration features are also added. Atlas is the one that provides users visual exploration of notes in Evernote. Other smart search features like TypeAhead search suggestions, search joined notebooks, saved searches as shortcuts and quick saving of searches are also added. A new collaboration feature makes sharing easier by giving user the opportunity to save all content in one place.
There will be many more features that users will surely explore and enjoy. But VP of Marketing at Evernote, Andrew Sinkov, clearly warns users that it's a beta testing version and several other betas will come too. He states in official blog, "Please be sure you are comfortable using beta software before installing this version. While unlikely, you may even experience various issues and possibly even data loss." He also said the many features like Reminders are still missing. His team is working on it and they will come soon in next versions.