I have been an Evernote user for quite some time now, mostly for its ability to turn white board drawings into real
search-able documentation. Even if they’ve had a Linux version available for some time as a plus to the Windows, Mac OS X and the Cloud edition, they had never bothered to be as exhaustive on the mobile side of things which is where most of us tend to use Evernote first. It’s so easy to take a picture of something important, upload it to Evernote and then add all the juicy notes later from your Desktop. The iPhone app had been out forever almost as long as the WinMo version and the BlackBerry app followed shortly after, but the Android version always seemed to get left out of updates. That is, until today, Evernote have finally released a very cool Android version for 1.5 cupcake handhelds and up, it can be found easily in the Android Marketplace by searching for Evernote. You can also read more about it on the Evernote site
Another cool use for Evernote on the desk top is the screen grabbing tool that let’s you draw exactly what you want to capture, even across windows and physical screens. I even used it for this post.