Evernote a service that enables users to take notes and save scanned documents has upgraded its service with new features. These include syncing across various devices and attaching files or documents. The syncing feature makes the notes created accessible from anywhere on the web and automatically updates those files at various other locations at the same time. The features are available to both free and premium users the difference being that paid members can attach files in any format (including Office documents), while the maximum upload size fixed at 25MB for both users. The service is definitely worth using and the additional features make it even more useful.
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