Evernote is getting more business friendly. CEO Phil Libin announced at the Evernote Trunk conference that Evernote Business would arrive in December, according to The Verge.
According to the report, the service “adds improved user management, onboarding, better file sharing, and a user directory for enterprise use.”
It will run $10 per month for each user.
Here is the announcement:
Meanwhile, Evernote version 4.4 arrived in the App Store today. It includes:
- Camera now lets you add multiple snapshots to a single note
- Designed for snapshots of physical pages
- Fixes contrast and shadows so that your handwriting is searchable in Evernote
- Faster download times
- Improved PDF support on iPad
- Various bug fixes
Evernote, which arrived for iOS way back in 2009, lets users take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, and record voice reminders.
Source: The Verge