Mac OS X: Our favourite brain-expanding note application Evernote just updated their client for OS X, bringing the ability to share notebooks with other users and sort notebooks in a stack-like hierarchy.
We previewed the Evernote 2 beta a few weeks ago, but the stable version is out today, so everyone can go grab it right now by checking for updates. The biggest update in version 2.0 is the ability to share notebooks with other Evernote users (and view notebooks others have shared with you in-client). To see them, just hit the "Shared" tab in the left sidebar. And to share, you can just click Manage Sharing and configure your share to your liking.
The other big change is notebook stacks, which essentially let you group notebooks into specific categories. You've also got a new attachment button that makes attaching files quick and easy, as well as the ability to have up to 250 notebooks. If you aren't already an Evernote user, hit the link below to check it out.
Evernote 2.0 is a free download for Mac OS X. A Windows version with these features is on the way, according to Evernote.
Evernote 2.0 for Mac is now available! [Official Evernote Blog]