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Intuitive New Learning App Controlled Entirely by the iPad Smart Cover, Integrates with Evernote

SAN FRANCISCO — June 8, 2011 — Evernote, the company that helps the world remember everything, today announced its new Evernote Peek App is now available on the App Store. By combining the functionality of Evernote with the innovative design of the iPad Smart Cover, the Evernote Peek App becomes a learning, studying and memory-enhancing tool.

"The iPad 2 and iPad Smart Cover inspired us to create a completely new way of interacting with an app. The ability to 'peek' under the iPad Smart Cover allows users to learn, or view their existing Evernote content, in a delightful new way," said Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote. "Millions of people use Evernote daily to save their schoolwork, projects and research, and now we are giving them a creative way to engage their memory and hone their skills."

After installing the app, users can select study materials from their Evernote accounts or StudyBlue. Testing memory is as simple as closing the iPad Smart Cover and peeking beneath it to view portions of content. Lifting the first section of the iPad Smart Cover reveals a clue, lifting further reveals the answer. To continue to the next clue, users just close the iPad Smart Cover and peek again. Advanced users can create their own materials in Evernote and study them using the Evernote Peek App.

The Evernote Peek App is now available for free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/. Evernote is available on most platforms. Mac users can download Evernote for free from the Mac App Store.