By Anton D. Nagy | August 5, 2011 4:28 AM
The highly popular cross-platform note taking solution, Evernote, has made its way to Windows Phone back at the middle of June as the company’s “most feature-rich debut” that allows you to capture, save and find ideas anywhere. Now the Windows Phone client has been updated to version 1.2, bringing Rich Text Editing, Checkbox Support and More.
One of the powerful features and advantages of using Evernote is that you can take notes easily and those notes can contain text, web clips; styled text, checkboxes and so on. Now, with Evernote’s Rich Text editing capability you can easily edit those notes from your Windows Phone. With the application refresh you can also easily share your notes with the touch of a button; it allows you to copy the note’s address and paste it anywhere. That’s not all as you can now rotate your images inside notes and also add checkboxes.
Either follow the source link below or check with the Marketplace all on your Windows Phone to update your client of Evernote. If you don’t already have it installed, you can download it for free from the online store and start taking, accessing and sharing notes on the go.