Online note-taking and synchronization service Evernote has launched a new iOS app with a redesigned iPad interface and a number of new features for iPhone and iPad users.
The most notable (pardon the pun) of the new features is support for rich text input, meaning you can add multiple text styles, lists and other formatting. It’s also easier to enter URLs.
You can also access shared notebooks (from any iOS device), and search universally within a note.
Other features for the iPhone/iPad Touch include the addition of a slideshow view, meaning you can see all the images attached to a particular note in the context of a slideshow. The ‘All Notes’ view also now displays notes as snippets, presumably making descriptive titles less important.
Evernote for iPad gains a new layout in the update, and notes are now displayed as ‘snippets’, which you can pinch-to-zoom in for a better view of the text. Tapping ‘Edit’ will let you easily delete and share multiple notes within the interface. You can also just tap and hold a note for more editing options.
You can download Evernote for iOS in the App Store for free.