Evernote Hello App is Updated With Passcode Lock, Flash Control

Posted April 4, 2013 at 9:53pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5345 views

Evernote Hello, an app to help you remember everything about everyone you meet, has been updated with several improvements.

Whether you're meeting someone for the first time, trying to remember important details about a person you’ve met before, or recalling important information about a previous meeting, Evernote Hello is here to help.

Features:
- See everyone you’ve met and pictures of your activities in a beautiful new timeline layout
- View a history of all the meetings you've had with individuals
- Remember all aspects of your meetings: location, notes, photos, and faces
- Connect with people through LinkedIn and Facebook
- Get additional insights about contacts and meetings with Related Notes from your Evernote account

Ways to Add Contacts:
- Snap a picture of their business card
- Connect with nearby Evernote Hello users via Hello Connect
- Create a quick profile from LinkedIn, Facebook, your calendar appointments or your address book

Premium Options:
◦ Evernote Premium monthly for $5
◦ Evernote Premium annually for $45

What's New In This Version:
● Premium feature preview: 30 more days of unlimited business card scanning
● Premium feature: Get more security with Passcode Lock
● Editable Title and Organization fields for your contacts
● Flash control to make scanning glossy cards easier
● Improved support for business card scanning on iPhone 4

You can download Evernote Hello from the App Store for free.

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