Evernote Brings Note-Management Awesomeness to Android

Last Updated Oct 5, 2009 10:30 AM EDT

If you're one of the few, the proud, the Android-phone owners, here's exciting news: There's a new public beta of Evernote for Android.

What's Evernote, you ask? Only one of our all-time favorite productivity tools. With it you can capture and organize all kinds of notes: text, audio, photos, etc. Indeed, it's really more of an information manager, one that's accessible via the Web, desktop software, and/or your smartphone -- now including Android phones.

Because this is a beta, it's a little buggy at the moment, and not as simple to install as regular Android apps. Check out Lifehacker's mini-review of Evernote for Android to learn what you need to know.

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