Android only: Universal memory tool Evernote has finalised the features in their recent 2.0 beta, giving its free application speedier access through offline caching, a dramatically improved look and interface, home screen shortcuts and Google search bar integration.
Evernote for Android in its first release was, at best, a mostly functional, Android-sized interface for reading notes — at a speed that often seemed slower than just pulling up the Evernote site in your browser. The new release makes good on a lot of irksome failings in that release. All the metadata about your notes is now stored offline, so searching for your stuff in the app, or through your phone's general search button, happens a lot more quickly. In addition, every time you look at a note, its contents are stored offline, so you can pull it up inside the deepest, most concrete of bunkers.
Most of the good new stuff is covered in the release video included above. You can grab Evernote 2.0 using the QR code at left, or search for Evernote in the Market. If you used the 2.0 beta, you'll want to uninstall it and grab the official version to ensure the latest update.
Evernote for Android takes a huge leap forward with Version 2.0 [Evernote Blogcast]