You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

You Can Now Save Your Favorite Web Content To Evernote With Webnote

Webnote by HopIn, the social browsing and bookmarking iPad app that was hailed as an AppAdvice App of the Week shortly after its launch last March, has just received a new update. The new update adds a single yet significant new feature, and it's none other than Evernote integration for Webnote clips. After downloading or updating to the latest version of Webnote, you can connect your Evernote account either during the registration process or through's the app's settings panel. You can also specify an Evernote Notebook to which you want to save as well as add Evernote Tags for better organization of your clips. Thereafter, all Webnote clips you save to your private profile, including text, images, videos, and even entire webpages, are automatically synced with and backed up to Evernote. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Compatible with iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, the new Evernote-enabled version of Webnote by HopIn is available now in the App Store for free. In his review of the app here on AppAdvice, Ramy wrote, "People who have always wanted better bookmarking and social features from a browser will find Webnote useful." This is echoed by Christine for her AppAdvice App of the Week citation: "It may not be a must-have if you already have a browser preference, but if you have wanted an easier way to curate bookmarks on the Internet for yourself or others, then this is definitely worth a try." Indeed it is, especially now that it has been enhanced with Evernote sync. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Mentioned Apps
Related Articles

Pocket Informant Pro 3.0 Offers A Slew Of Calendar And Task Management Features

AutoCAD WS Becomes AutoCAD 360 As Autodesk Introduces Pro Mobile Plans