Video: Any.do vs Evernote


Any.do is here to help you manage life in a simple clever & fun way. Any.do is a family of apps designed to help you have a good day, every day: interesting, productive, well-balanced & fun. Featuring innovative & modern life planning tools. Any.do free alternatives are Bitrix, Producteev, Remember The Milk.
Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. Evernote supports a number of operating system platforms (including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS and WebOS), and also offers online synchronization and backup services. Evernote open-source self-hosted alternatives are: Paperwork, Laverna, Permanote
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2014 - Any.do unveils a browser-version of its to-do list app to keep up competition with Evernote



Mobile task list Any.do has now released a free browser-based Web application, which syncs across devices. The Web version includes modes for users to see tasks in one column or across all folders at once. If you've used Any.Do's mobile apps, everything here should feel pretty familiar. The goal is to make your task list accessible from anywhere, and the web obviously plays a crucial part in that strategy. When you launch the new web experience, you'll see a list of tasks waiting to be completed. But thankfully there's more to be discovered; Any.Do has built in two modes that take advantage of the fact that you're using a full web browser with plenty of room on screen.

2014 - Evernote and LinkedIn integrate business cards into social network



Business card scanning apps were already on the market for some time (i.e. Evernote). They rescue business people from card-full wallets, but don't solve another problem: contacts may change over time. Fortunately, this problem is solved by social networks (especially LinkedIn), where people update their own contact information, and it's automatically updated in their friends' address books. A few days ago LinkedIn integrated with Evernote. Now you just make a photo of business card and your smartphone immediately shows you the person's LinkedIn profile.  You're then given the option to connect with that CEO, secretary or digital prophet on LinkedIn or add their contact info to your address book. However, things get interesting as your business relationship blossoms. Over time, you can add things like audio from a meeting, documents, or even key emails with him or her to the card's page in Evernote.