The developers of the popular free note-taking and organizing app called EVERNOTE have added speech-recognition support to the recently released version 2.2 of the app meant for Windows Phone smartphone. The app is used by 20 million consumers worldwide.
The updated version of EVERNOTE comes on Windows Marketplace with following added features:
• Notebook sharing with the added feature for Premium users that enables them to allow other people to edit their notebooks.
• Contextual search and note creation – which looks at your current position within the app.
• The note editing option now displays all the text and lets a user edit it directly. Any images or audio attachments are presented in the gallery above the note area.
• In addition to all the above, there are some back-end changes to make the app faster and more reliable.
The EVERNOTE app is already available on the Android platform and supports audio notes. In the latest version 2.2, that is now available free for download from Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market), Android device users can experience the words spoken by them into text. To enable the speech recognition functionality within the EVERNOTE app, the user simply has to tap a microphone icon located above the virtual keyboard that appears on opening a note in the program.
Download the updated version 2.2 of EVERNOTE app on your Windows Phone from here.