• Auto-synchronize notes among every computer, tablet and smart phone you use
  • For research, meeting and class notes
  • To capture ideas and design inspiration
  • To easily find notes on your computer or tablet
  • Find photos of whiteboards and wine labels
  • As part of your GTD system to help you stay organized

Additional information

Version Notes

Improvements to the note editor - Improves auto-saving to prevent note loss

Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4,491 ratings

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Reviewer 3956 · 7/23/2015
I really want to like it, but alas...

Evernote Touch for the Surface is just a poor quality application, especially for Evernote standards. The android version of Evernote is one of the finest mobile applications I have had the privilege to use, the web version is as good as it gets for a web app, and even the Windows Phone Evernote implementation works good for what it needs to do - unfortunate for us Surface users this version is horrible. I would accept the blame being put on the platform (RT is awful to program for) but still there are blocking bugs that prevent even basic note taking abilities. It would be best to pull this version as not to further mire the pristine reputation of Evernote core applications.

Ioannis · 7/22/2015
Gimped version

This version lacks a lot of functionality found in the desktop client. Can't merge notes, can't select multiple notes then change their notebook all at once, nor can you choose to open a photo in another program (like photoshop or sketchbook pro). Doesn't replace evernote on your win 8 machine. At best it can be an ancillary product to the desktop version.

Reviewer 7113 · 7/17/2015
It works... kindof

While it is a simple program and the bulk of it works functionally, there are three main issues I am finding with it: -If you touch the location where you want to type on the screen and then try to start typing on the keyboard, it will not type, but will just end up taking you back to the main menu (this is annoying if you want to touch the screen and use the laptop's keyboard as well) -You cannot paste content into or copy it from evernote (I'm not sure why, but this can be EXTREMELY ANNOYING) -You cannot enter task list checkboxes (something that can really come in handy, especially when sharing notes with others) Overall, it works, but has some annoying bugs that mean the desktop version is probably better.

Reviewer 7324 · 7/25/2015
Very Convenient...

I love that it syncs across all devices. I can have access to important articles, photos, documents or letters I'm preparing at any time, anywhere. Only problem is with Windows 8 app... it usually doesn't load so I have to open my browser but that's probably not Evernote's fault.

Reviewer 3342 · 7/7/2015
Must add easy sharing to Windows 8 version

I can easily share via my iPhone app, but not from my tablet, which is very frustrating. However, this is my only complaint thus far. I love the app otherwise. I use it in the construction mgmt. world for mtg notes, sharing images of jobsite, etc..

Reviewer 5728 · 7/1/2015
Don't ignore the negative reviews -- huge mistake

I saw the reviews that warned of deleted notes & ignored them. Big mistake. While none of my notes disappeared (that I've noticed) this app majorly screwed up the formatting of every note it touched. It inserted blank lines into every note, again an again an again. It must have done it each time a note was viewed. Unless you want to spend a few hours deleting thousands of blank lines from your notes, it's probably best to steer clear of this one.

Reviewer 1921 · 7/1/2015
Great for College/Classroom Settings

I've used EN since my sophomore year, and it's been a big help. I'm able to organize notes, draft plans for papers and projects, and study for exams with everything all in one place. Additionally, the ability to embed recordings within notes is helpful as well, if I want to capture a snippet of a lecture or something. EN definitely transforms notes into something that is multimodal and interactive.

Reviewer 7864 · 7/26/2015
Basics only

The team that put this together should be ashamed and embarrassed. This application is not only a "light" version of evermore but one that can't be used offline. As a premium user that's supposed to be a "feature" available to me, no dice. As I said, evermore team should be embarrassed by this application. Use android product or the standard evernote for desktop.

Dylan · 7/7/2015
Simplistic but Dull

The Windows App version of Evernote is simplistic and to the point - which is fine with an occasional user like myself. However, the app and interface is extremely dull and lacking features of which you would find in the Windows Desktop version.

li · 7/21/2015
Works good on Windows 10

Finally they resolve the problem of fonts fallback for Chinese and Japanese. Keep Going~

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