Evernote – the excellent note-taking and so much more app for the iPad and iOS – has had another nice update this week (to Version 4.1.2), and has also now got a very cool new linkup with the popular Reeder for iPad RSS app.
You can now send posts to Evernote right from within the Reeder for iPad app.
When you download Reeder, you’ll notice that there’s a familiar elephant icon in the app which lets you immediately send posts you might want to remember to your Evernote account. When you send a post to your Evernote account, it’ll automatically be saved to your default notebook, nicely formatted and, of course, searchable.
Reeder for iPad, the popular RSS reader app, has been updated this week, to Version 1.5.1.
It’s not a major update, but it does add a strong new feature, and one that comes via popular demand – the ability to save to Evernote.
Here’s the short, full change list for this update:
By popular request, Reeder can now save to Evernote, finally!
– Disappearing subscriptions (If you’re still seeing this, a restart of the app should help)
– Possible crash on launch
– Readability syncing now can also be disabled from within the app (in addition to the toggle in Settings.app > Reeder)
Here’s an App Store link for Reeder for iPad; it’s priced at $4.99.
I’ve tried Reeder a few times on iPad and iPhone and just never found it as great as many of my friends and colleagues do. Maybe it’s time to give it another look.
What’s your favorite RSS app for the iPad?
Reeder for iPad is now out in the App Store. This has been a hugely popular RSS reader app on the iPhone for some time now, and the arrival of its iPad version has been heavily anticipated.
Forgive me if you already know about this one by the way – I’ve been in World Cup Enjoying mode for much of the weekend, and not keeping up with techie news as much as usual.
As you can see in the screenshot above, if things go according to plan Reeder for iPad should be submitted for App Store approval this weekend.
Reeder is one of the most popular RSS apps for the iPhone and its iPad version is being anxiously awaited by many of my writing colleagues on this site and our sister iPhone site.