The free Evernote app for Android-equipped smart phones is a handy way to jot and store notes in the cloud, said several real estate professionals who reviewed the product for Inman News. But a simplified note-taking app may be preferred for quick text notes, said one user. Among the other shortcomings cited by other reviewers: The loss of a mobile or WiFi signal can make Evernote-stored data inaccessible, and copying notes between devices can lead to loss of some basic formatting information. Evernote offers mobile apps for a range of devices that allow users to record and store text, voice and photo notes. Information stored using Evernote can also be accessed by desktop and laptop computers. Evernote supports Mac and Windows operating systems and offers apps for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android, Palm and Windows Mobile devices. The review process was conducted from Oct. 14-25, 2010, with participation from nine real estate professionals. According app ratings and ra...
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