Android: Today, Evernote added the slick business card scanning feature from the iOS version to Android. Simply take a picture of a business card and Evernote will parse the data and create a new contact for you.
The feature is part of Evernote Premium. However, if you connect Evernote to LinkedIn, you can use it for free for a year. You should probably do this anyway, since Evernote can pull data it recognises from LinkedIn to make your notes even more useful. If you don’t want to connected LinkedIn, Evernote Premium costs $US5/month, or $US45/year if you pay up front.