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Evernote launches Pebble app



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Pebble of course is the smartphone watch and not long ago they opened up their app API for third-party developers. Evernote announced their own app for the Pebble. While you still need to be linked to your smartphone, this kind of cool. We use a different app for grocery lists, but I could see this being particularly handy when pushing a cart around the store. Holding your phone while pushing the cart, especially with a grabby toddler in the seat, can be awkward. Ticking items off on your watch seems neat, among other features.

With this integration, notebooks, notes, shortcuts, tags, check lists, and reminders are easily accessible. The screen text is clear so you can read emails, recipes, addresses, or meeting notes from Evernote right on your wrist. Search notes by location to quickly find archived client notes for your next business meeting. Have you ever tried to juggle a shopping cart and a mobile phone at the market? Tick off checklists for groceries with the Pebble, which syncs to Evernote, for a hands-free shopping experience. Evernote Reminders are supported, so you’ll always have your notifications and to-dos close to you.

The Evernote app is available now in the Pebble app store.


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