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| July 29, 2013
Journalized Now Keeps Your Journal Entries Synchronized With Evernote Integration
Thanks to its latest update, Journalized now helps you keep your journal entries easily synchronized. Specifically, the elegant journaling app has been updated with Evernote sync. Journalized developer Andrew Hart touts this new and long-overdue feature thus:
Backup and sync your journal with Evernote. It all goes right into a Journalized notebook, stored on the cloud. Why is this so awesome? Because it means you can view your entries from the Evernote app, or from Evernote on the web. And you can also edit entries, add photos and even create new entries - all from Evernote. Open Journalized and it all syncs back to your device.[caption id="attachment_445817" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Journalized[/caption] The latest update to Journalized also brings support for another long-overdue feature: sharing. The app's newly added sharing support lets you share entries via Twitter, Facebook, or email. The newly updated app also comes with the option to set daily or weekly notifications to remind you to add journal entries. And speaking of journal entries, you can now jump between them by swiping up and down, as you would switch between articles in one of Journalized's foremost rivals, Day One. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Journalized is available now in the App Store. The app is normally priced at $0.99, but it's been downloadable at no cost since it went free over a month ago. For more information on Journalized, check out Christine's original review here on AppAdvice, posted shortly after the app's release in June last year. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]