Everpad 2.4 with redesigned icons and editable lists
The developers of Everpad have made version 2.4 of the tool, which enables Linux users to use the Evernote service, available just a month after the Everpad 2.3 release. Everpad 2.4 introduces new icons and better integration with Unity's launcher on Ubuntu, complete with quick lists. The panel and launcher icons have been redesigned to replace the previous incarnation that closely resembled the Evernote logo. An optional dark icon is available for use with the bright Radiance desktop theme.
Another new feature is a button in the note window that enables users to send the note in an email using their default email client. Any inserted attachments and images will be omitted, however. Tables can now be edited after the fact by right-clicking on them and selecting the "Change table" option. Support for attachments has been enhanced, allowing users to more easily integrate a note's attachments into its content area.
Everpad already supports basic Evernote features such as storing notes, images and web snippets. Everpad can also sort users' notes into multiple notebooks and tag them with keywords. The source code for Everpad 2.4 is available to download on GitHub. In Ubuntu 12.04 and later, the tool can be installed via the nvbn-rm Launchpad repository. Everpad is being made available under the MIT licence.