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windows phone (Archived) Evernote for Windows Phone v2.6 beta 6

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Hi All!

Here is the latest beta update of Evernote for Windows Phone.

We polished up the UI, fixed a few reported issues.

This version is delivered to the Marketplace and should be live to everyone within a week.

Since this version is delivered as a public release, we removed the "beta" from the name that may be confusing.

We wanted to avoid any potential mistake. It should be back soon.




Pin Lock

Premium users can now setup a pin lock for the app.

From settings, swipe to the pin lock screen and activate the feature.

Shared notebook

The shared notebooks you joined should now appear in your list. Depending on the permissions, you should be able to view and edit notes in them.

First launch experience.

You should experience it the first time you launch the app.

See different use cases with Evernote. Tap each card to see more details.

Bulleted and Numbered lists support

Rich Text Support

We added some extra style support, so a note with styling such as bold, underline, font size can still edit in the note editor (and not the line by line editor).

Note Editor Redesign

We changed a bit the UX, and that can be disorientating at first.

The goal is to simplify the experience and optimise the workflow.

We also updated the attachment icons to make it look better.


Sending a picture from picture hub will create a duplicate note

To download, select this link on your phone (registered beta users only):



To report a crash, follow the following steps:

- from the main level (notes) tap "…" on the bottom right hand corner, select "About Evernote".

- select "Email Evernote activity log", select the email app to use and send the report to the indicated address.

To sign up to the beta program, please send me a private message stating:

- windows live ID

- preferred email address to be notified (I will use the windows live ID if not indicated)

About the beta app, this app will install in addition to any previous betas, and the official marketplace Evernote App. It is installed as totally separate app with its own data.

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