In its first launch, universal note and capture tool Evernote had a fairly aggravating app for BlackBerry. The app launched a browser to view notes and lists and saw many networking problem reports. Its newest beta release offers fixes for both those problems, and commenter DMHinCO declares it "MUCH better" overall. You can grab the update directly over the air at Evernote's Forums. [Evernote Forum]
Evernote For BlackBerry Updates With Native Viewing, Networking Fixes
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