The Open-Source Evernote Client Developed By Canonical For Ubuntu Touch Has Been Named “Ubuntu Reminders”

Hello Linux Geeksters. As I have recently written, Canonical has started work at an open source Evernote client, based on the Ubuntu SDK, in order to use optimize it for Ubuntu Touch.

The new Evernote client for Ubuntu Touch has been named “Ubuntu Reminders” and is created by both Canonical and third party developers, in order to reproduce the Ubuntu Touch Core Apps Project’ success.

The Open-Source Evernote Client Developed By Canonical For Ubuntu Touch Has Been Named

Among others, the new Ubuntu Reminders app syncs with Evernote for reading and editing notes, allows the users to upload pictures and get reminders.

Also, the Evernote developers are supporting Canonical’s initiative of creating a similar application for Ubuntu Touch and offered to help and guide the developers whenever needed.

For those who don’t know yet, Evernote is a popular multiplatform service, that helps the users easily remember the things they have to do, using computers, phones, tablets and the web.

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