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Evernote Available For Nokia N900 Series

The Newly Released Plugin Integrates Evernote Into The Core Functionality Of The Device

Mountain View, California—February 3, 2010— Evernote, a Web service designed to allow users to easily capture and store information, memories, and content in any environment, today announced the availability of an Evernote Sharing Plug-in for the Nokia® N900 mobile computer. This plugin, developed by Nokia, adds Evernote to the built-in sharing functionality of the device, allowing users to send snapshots from the camera and photo gallery, as well as audio, and other content into Evernote as part of their normal interaction with the N900 device.

Nokia used the Evernote API to develop the Sharing Plug-in, which works seamlessly with the recently released Maemo platform. After a one-step installation process, users gain the ability to send various types of content directly from the device's sharing menu. Once in Evernote, everything is processed and made searchable. Notes created from the device, or from desktop and web versions of Evernote, can be accessed through the built-in web browser on the N900.

"Our goal at Evernote is to make it incredibly easy to capture any idea, moment, or memory as it happens," said Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote. "By leveraging the Evernote API, Nokia adds a new dimension to the Maemo platform, turning it into a powerful memory-enhancement tool. With Evernote's search and synchronization capabilities, N900 users can truly remember everything."

Availability

The Evernote Sharing Plug-in is available for free from the Nokia Ovi Store and the Maemo Select website.

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