Online note-taking service Evernote has offered mobile apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and webOS for a while. You can use these apps to search and view notes stored in your Evernote account or send links, photos, or other content from your phone to the cloud-based service. Now Evernote has added a new mobile app to its lineup with the launch of a Windows Phone 7 app.

The new WP7 app lets you view your notes, notebooks, and tags at a glance, create new notes, or open the camera to snap a new photo to send to Evernote. You can see where you were when you created a note using Bing Maps. And you can share notes via email or Facebook.

Not only can you search for existing notes, but you can also use the app to view previous or saved searches.

Evernote Premium subscribers can also download entire notesbooks for offline access. The basic service is free and offers up to 60MB per month of space for your notes.

Brad Linder

Brad Linder is editor of Liliputing and Mobiputing. He's been tinkering with mobile tech for decades and writing about it since...