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Many of us already swear by Evernote, the popular app that gives us space in the cloud for remembering all those little scraps of information that might otherwise be lost. Now, the company is expanding its iPhone presence with two new apps aimed at helping you remember food you like and people you’ve just met.
Evernote has expanded its horizons in recent months, first with the acquisition of Skitch and now with the availability of two new iPhone apps: Evernote Food and Evernote Hello. The new arrivals extend the original Evernote goal of helping you remember things in your life, but are aimed specifically at meals you love and people you meet.
Evernote Food is a free iPhone app which “is all about preserving the experiences, thoughts and memories that accompany food.” Your favorites are sorted by Meal and can include photos, captions, venue, notes and tags so you can quickly document the food you love -- or even remind you of those occasional meals you don’t. Love a particular meal so much you want to share it with friends? Evernote Food abides, with Facebook, Twitter and email sharing built right in.
Evernote Hello aims to tackle an even bigger issue: Remembering people we meet in everyday life. Some of us are good with names but forget the faces or vice versa, but Hello promises to help you remember what a person looks like, when you met them and why -- and even who else was there when the fateful event took place.
Both apps are synchronized with Evernote, which means you can easily find them from any device or computer. Search for a particular person you snapped with Evernote Hello and you’ll find other notes created at the same time. And as always, the apps are absolutely free.
Evernote Food is compatible with any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, while Evernote Hello is compatible with the iPhone, fourth-generation iPod touch or any Wi-Fi (or Wi-Fi + 3G) equipped iPad 2. Both apps require iOS 5 or later and can be downloaded now from the App Store.
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