There are now over 3.3 billion smartphones in the world, and 2.7 billion of those are Android devices. Or, to put it another way, over one-third of the world’s population now relies on an Android phone to stay connected, get organized, and feel more in control. So it’s crucial that the experience of using Evernote on Android should be seamless and intuitive. If you’re looking to capture ideas ‘faster than
Scheduling background jobs on Android is a headache. Not only has Google introduced quite a few APIs over the years, but they’ve also changed their behavior. It’s difficult as a developer to pick the correct framework and to implement all necessary classes properly. In order to use all features from newer APIs and to support older devices at the same time, you need to write a lot of boilerplate code.
For some of us, smartphones have become one of the greatest threats to our productivity. For others, they are the greatest productivity tool ever invented. With Evernote, you can unleash the power of your handheld computer to optimize your productivity. 5 TIPS FOR HOW TO STAY PRODUCTIVE ON THE GO 1. Use Evernote widgets and quick note options Evernote widgets and quick note options were designed for taking notes
We at Evernote believe in open source. That’s why we frequently release and contribute to open source projects like Serge, our continuous localization solution, and Android-Job, an Android library to easily handle background jobs. We’re not only giving back some of our work, but we’re also using a couple of open source projects in our own products. One we rely on heavily is Icepick from Frankie Sardo. Icepick is described as “an
Following the release of Scannable, many of you asked us about something similar for Android phones. We’ve wanted that too. Today, we’re proud to present our latest Evernote for Android update with some features we’re sure you’ll love! Get the new Evernote for Android » A smarter way to digitize documents Our latest Android update features a redesigned Evernote camera that makes capturing and managing your shots smoother and better
Android provides three different APIs to run tasks in the future. All of them have their benefits and downsides. The AlarmManager’s API has changed over time, so you need to be careful which method you use on which platform. The JobScheduler is only available on Android Lollipop and Marshmallow, whereas the GcmNetworkManager is only available on devices with Google Play preinstalled. There are three options with changing API levels, so