Capture ideas when inspiration strikes. Bring your notes, to-dos, and schedule together to tame life’s distractions and accomplish more—at work, at home, and everywhere in between.

Evernote syncs to all your devices, so you can stay productive on the go. Tackle your to-do list with Tasks, connect your Google Calendar to stay on top of your schedule, and see your most relevant information quickly with a customizable Home dashboard.


“Use Evernote as the place you put everything… Don’t ask yourself which device it’s on—it’s in Evernote” – The New York Times

“When it comes to taking all manner of notes and getting work done, Evernote is an indispensable tool.” – PC Mag


• Write, collect, and capture ideas as searchable notes, notebooks, and to-do lists.
• Clip interesting articles and web pages to read or use later.
• Add different types of content to your notes: text, docs, PDFs, sketches, photos, audio, web clippings, and more.
• Use your camera to scan and organize paper documents, business cards, whiteboards, and handwritten notes.

• Manage your to-do list with Tasks—set due dates and reminders, so you never miss a deadline.
• Connect Evernote and Google Calendar to bring your schedule and your notes together.
• See your most relevant information instantly on the Home dashboard.
• Create separate notebooks to organize receipts, bills, and invoices.
• Find anything fast—Evernote's powerful search can even find text in images and handwritten notes.

• Sync your notes and notebooks automatically across any computer, phone, or tablet.
• Start work on one device and continue on another without missing a beat.

• Keep a journal to keep your thoughts organized.
• Go paperless by scanning receipts and important documents.

• Keep everyone up to date by capturing meeting notes and sharing notebooks with your team.
• Bring people, projects, and ideas together with shared Spaces.

• Keep track of lecture notes, exams, and assignments so you don’t miss important details.
• Create notebooks for each class and keep everything organized.


Also available from Evernote:

• 10 GB of new uploads each month
• Unlimited number of devices
• Create and manage tasks
• Connect one Google Calendar account
• Access your notes and notebooks offline

• 20 GB of new uploads each month
• Unlimited number of devices
• Create, manage, and assign tasks
• Connect multiple Google Calendar accounts
• Access your notes and notebooks offline
• Home dashboard - Full customization


Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Where applicable, your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may not be cancelled for refund except as provided in Evernote's Commercial Terms. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.


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What’s New

Version 10.19

- When you take a picture in Evernote, the app can now also save a copy to your device's camera roll.
- To help you find what you're looking for even quicker, you'll now see a list of suggested filters at the top of the note list after you perform a search or add a filter.
- We've improved how the app handles hyperlinks in tasks, so you can tap on more links in more places, and do more with them. For example: URLs in task titles, and links in tasks within a note. There's a whole lot more, but you get the idea.
- If you're in the By Due Date tab in the Tasks view, tasks in each section are now sorted by due date, so it's easier to see what you need to work on first.
- We made some changes to the way the app handles dragging-and-dropping and copying-and-pasting files between apps. Because it's important to play well with others.

- Occasionally, not every image you scanned into Evernote would be saved. That was a big fail, but thankfully it's now a thing of the past.
- We tinkered with the note editor to iron out a few annoying bugs that were buzzing around.
- Occasionally, the app would crash when you tapped on a URL. That was kind of embarrassing, but on the bright side, we fixed it.
- We took careful aim and blasted a few Calendar bugs into the cosmic void.
- Occasionally, Chinese or Japanese words would disappear from a note. Thankfully, that's a thing of the past now.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2.9K Ratings

2.9K Ratings

fewfewsdvsdgs ,

Improving constantly

OK so I have now tried moving to OneNote, Bear, DevonThink, Obsidian and Craft — and all I have learned is a little more respect for Evernote.

Each of the others does something better than Evernote (especially Craft which has nice editing and web publishing and notion which has cool tables that actually do stuff) But none of them do everything that Evernote does. So will be sticking with Evernote for a little more of the journey and hope it picks up the best features of the rest .. (especially notion tables) Evernote is still the only place that does everything in one app. For context - premium user for almost 10 years with thousands of notes .... using iPad Pro and MacBook (and nearly switched to another notes app ...)

Chiefverdi ,

Pathetic grab

I am appalled. I love the idea of Evernote and have used it for many years. But today is the final straw. They offered a free version. So I have been using their free version. And for a long time now I have been disregarding their continual offers for a paid upgrade. I only use the app for storing recipes and web clippings. But I was consistently hounded to upgrade. Recently I was told to unsync a device as I had all my tablets, phone and computers using this app. To day I was told I could only use two devices. Really? I get that an app should make money. So don’t offer it for free. I am not paying for the way I use this app. I do not utilise all its functions. So why not limit some of its functions for non paying users.?Why not use advertising to gain income? Why not offer a once only cost for the app? I refuse to pay a subscription so I can check a recipe once every few months. I love how this app works but I detest the ongoing greed that forces people like myself with non-commercial or non- professional uses to pay professional subscriptions for the benefits of use. They have lost sight of the people that made this app so successful in the first place.

Seabeard_ ,

Amazing but need some improvement

Long time user here. I love evernote, and features like webclipping and adding tags to notes are amazing, but some improvements can make it perfect.
1. Make the handwriting UI better please. I get that evernote isn’t a primarily handwriting app, but having more handwriting features would be so great. Apps like goodnotes and notability let you select handwriting, resize it, copy and past it, rotate it, and move it around it. Evernote only lets you move it around. Also, would be lovely to be able to add images in the handwriting area.
2. add more hierarchy to the notebook structure. If we can do stacks within stacks within stacks or something like that, it would be awesome
3. There are some really useful features like decrypting and encrypting notes, way more fonts and colors on the desktop version. Why can’t you guys bring it to ios devices too?

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