Evernote allows you to store and organize your notes in the cloud so that you can retrieve them later anywhere easily.
A note can be any bit of text, audio, a screenshot, etc.
You enter these into Evernote using a computer application, web browser plug-in or mobile app.
Evernote then indexes the information automatically (or you can do it yourself) so you can find it when you need it.
One cool feature that needs a mention is that evernote will figure out text even in a photo and use that information.
A picture is worth a thousand words. So then, a video is definitely worth a billion words. So lets jump on to this video below and spend 3 minutes to get a fair idea about Evernote for android.
Yes its a free service, having said that, its free only to a certian extent. You are limited to 40MB of uploads per month and you are also limited to images, audio, text, and PDF file types (and the text of the PDF is not indexed).
The Evernote for Android version 2.6.1 is now available as a free download from Android market.
Now, no more pocket full of scribbled notes
or losing a good idea you had but didn’t have a pen to write it down.
This new Android app works well in Android 1.5 OS and above.
See how evernote can change your life in this video: