Following its debut back in August, Evernote CEO took to the stage at LeWeb ’12 earlier this week to announce the official launch of Evernote Business in seven countries. The new offering essentially serves as an extension of the company’s core service for small and medium-sized business, featuring improved data continuity, better group-sharing and easier user on-boarding.
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In effect, Evernote Business is a supplementary service to complement personal Evernote accounts — so users wont have to remember multiple login details, or constantly sign in and out.
It’s now available in the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Japan, and the US. Priced at $10-per-user per-month, the new service builds on Evernote’s existing standard and premium offerings with Business Notebooks that help separate out personal and work documents, a Business Library for collating these shared Business Notebooks, team sharing with flexible permission settings, related notes discovery, a centralized Admin Console and higher storage allowances.
In addition to the new Business support, the new iOS app also now lets users sort by date-created and note-counts in all note lists, while Premium users are now able to hide the special Premium view. As for Android, it now has improved note-editing for right-to-left (RTL) languages, while both apps have rolled out a number of additional tweaks and bug-fixes.
The updated iOS and Android apps are available to download now.
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