Evernote has updated its Android and iOS apps today — just under a month after introducing a brand new redesign — to add support for Evernote Business, meaning those who subscribe to the service can now access it on their smartphones and tablets. The update also brings a new Business Notebook design and other improvements.
For those who are unfamiliar with Evernote Business, it’s a new premium (paid) service that allows companies to share ideas, research, and know-how via a ‘Business Library’ within the Evernote applications. Users can keep their own notes personal, while Business Notebooks can be access by their co-workers.
The service is now available on Android and iOS — thanks to the new updates.
In addition to this, iOS users can enjoy the ability to sort notes by created date and note counts in all note lists, and those with a premium subscription can hide the premium view. The iOS update also brings “numerous” bug fixes and stability improvements.
For those using Evernote on Android, this update also adds “a new discovery experience,” improved note editing for right-to-left languages, improved sync reliability, and fixes for issues with note list thumbnails and bullet list text underlining.