Evernote

Evernote

Evernote

Evernote apps and products make modern life manageable, by letting you easily collect and find everything that matters.
Founded
2005
Raised
$267.5M
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$20,000,000
Venture capital (Series E) - 2014
Nikkei Asian Review
Undisclosed amount
Undisclosed funding - 2013
CBC Capital Eastlink Capital
Team Size
300+
Employees
Data News NL

Evernote geeft data van crimineel door aan politiediensten

WWWhatsnew

Evernote: todo lo que necesitas saber de la aplicación de notas

VentureBeat

New Evernote CEO vows to spend 2019 fixing note-taking app's long list of problems

Android Police

Evernote v8.6 adds much-requested dark theme — your turn, Google Keep

ZDNet

Evernote for Windows patch resolves stored XSS vulnerability

Cyber security
TechCrunch

Ian Small, former head of TokBox, takes over as Evernote CEO from Chris O’Neill

Strategy
NextBigWhat

Evernote launches templates for better notes

Tech in Asia

How Evernote got a million users with a $0 growth engine

Android Police

Evernote v8.4 adds built-in templates, Android Pie support [APK Download]

WWWhatsnew

Evernote permite crear, añadir y administrar plantillas desde la app

Android Police

Evernote cuts 15% of its staff after committing 'too many resources too quickly'

Tweakers

Evernote ontslaat 15 procent van zijn personeel

TechCrunch

Evernote just slashed 54 jobs, or 15 percent of its workforce

People Earnings
TechCrunch , The Verge

Evernote lost its CTO, CFO, CPO and HR head in the last month as it eyes another fundraise

Strategy
TechCrunch

Evernote refines integrations with Slack and Salesforce

Productivity Cloud New
TNW

How ten-year-old Evernote evolved for the current app market

Design Productivity
Product Hunt

Evernote Business

TechCrunch

Evernote is spinning out its Chinese business and it plans to take it public

Asia Asia Strategy Strategy
Guardian Tech

OneNote or Evernote: which is best for a very small business?

Productivity
t3n Magazin

„Polarstern“ immer im Blick: Mit dieser Methode organisiert sich der Evernote-CEO