App Wednesday – Evernote

 

 

 

For writers, inspiration can strike at any moment. On the way to work. Riding a bicycle in our neighborhood. Mowing the lawn. In the past, the suggestion was given to always keep a pad and a pen with us to be ready to write down said inspirational idea before they get ejected into space and lost forever. 

Probably one of the best apps is the notepad app that most smartphones come standard with. With a few taps on the screen, we can save our idea from obscurity with the same device we carry around anyway. Say bye-bye to the old pad and pen!

Evernote is a product that takes the smartphone notepad a few steps further. The description on their website says it all: “From creating text and ink notes, to snapshots of whiteboards and wine labels, to clips of webpages, Evernote users can capture anything from their real and digital lives and find it all anytime.” Not only can you capture just about anything you see or any idea you have, Evernote automatically organizes it so it is easily searchable later.

And best of all, it’s free! So check it out and let us know how you like it!

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Mark Fadden is a freelance writer and author whose latest, award-winning suspense thriller, The Brink, is now available as an eBook for Amazon.com Kindle and Barnes & Noble nook for only $2.99!

The Brink is a hell of a read.” – Bestselling author Sandra Brown

“Mark Fadden is a masterful storyteller.” – Writer’s Digest

“Mark Fadden is the next Dan Brown.” – Triple C Ranch Book Club, Southlake, Texas

Check out The Brink and Mark’s other books at http://www.markfadden.com

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