Following Evernote’s recent acquisition of Skitch, Evernote has now released a major update to its popular note management app for iOS, adding support for rich text edition, notebook haring, and more (Free, App Store Link).
Previous versions of Evernote have been able to display rich text content, but have not been able to author or edit such content. Also new is the ability to share your notes and access other peoples’ shared notebooks through the Evernote app, the ability to search within individual notes, and the ability to view images as a slideshow.
In addition, the iPad version now has a brand new look and feel, gains the ability to pinch and zoom in the note list, and the ability to select multiple notes at once for sharing and deletion.
Evernote is a free download from the App Store, but requires an Evernote Premium subscription to access some advanced features, as well as additional storage. For more information or to download, head on over to the App Store (Free, App Store Link).