Everpad 2.3 brings Evernote access to Linux users
Everpad is a tool that allows Linux users to use the popular Evernote service with a native client. The developers have recently released version 2.3 of the client, which supports Evernote's most important functions such as the creation and editing of notes in multiple notepads, attachments, and organisation with tags. The latest release also supports dragging and dropping of files to attach them to notes. Images are automatically embedded inline with this method.
In the note-taking interface, Everpad 2.3 gives users the ability to format the text in several ways and create simple lists and check boxes. Tables, images and links can also be included and the latest version introduces printer support. Everpad 2.3 also supports the GNOME 3 desktop interface and gives users the ability to use languages with right-to-left (RTL) fonts. Under Ubuntu's Unity desktop, the application includes a panel menu that allows users to quickly access all their notepads and notes and also installs a Lens in the Dash to integrate with the desktop's built-in search functionality.