Australian digital imaging app developer, Skitch, has been snapped up by Mountain View start-up Evernote. Evernote, which launched in 2008, is a platform with 12 million users that "stores memories" digitally. Users can store notes, photos, PDFs and other digital information in online notebooks that are synchronised and readable …
Is this good..
..for innovation and competition?
Seems that way (I think?) Anyway, congrats to all people involved, and best of luck for the future.
(Just don't fuck up either service in the hope of making more money. )
can't get on with evernote
i know everyone loves it, but i don't see the point. i can't get it to let me view or edit the notes i make on other devices. i can see them i the list, just can't seem to get into them to edit them.
am probably missing something obvious, but it should be more obvious really as it's a lot simpler in other apps (even those that sync with evernote)
have you tried.......
clicking the 'edit' button?
Another app I paid good money for that's going to be given away. *sigh*
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