In the updated app, tap the new pen icon at the top and start inking away with either a stylus or your fingers. According to other Evernote beta testers, this works best on tablets and smartphones that are stylus-friendly, such as the Galaxy Note series. You might see some lag with the eraser tool, but the new handwriting feature is otherwise a sweet new option. There are also a few colour and line thickness options so you can stylise your handwritten notes appropriately, and you can add text, photos and files to the same note you write or sketch in.
The update also adds a highlighter, the ability to duplicate notes and create note links, and an improved camera experience (faster and better focusing).
Head to Google Play to update or download the app or read more about the new feature at Evernote’s blog.
Handwriting Arrives in Evernote for Android [Evernote]