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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Bubble Browser for Evernote - App Review



You use Evernote right?

Well, here's a different way to look and search your information.

Now for the ACIDS test:

Aesthetics
Your Evernote information is represented by bubbles that are coloured red (Tags), Blue (Notebooks), and Yellow (Dates). The size of each bubble represents the number of times that any item occurs (a big bubble means there's lots of that type of information).

Tapping on any given bubble will highlight the other bubbles that contain the information, and give you the individual items to scroll through at the foot of the screen.

You can also zoom in and out to individual bubbles, at the same time as scrolling around the screen.

This really represents another way to access your Evernote content, especially handy when you are searching.

Cost
The App is absolutely free.

Indispensability
This App isn't necessarily indispensable but, it does give you a different view of your Evernote content.

Dependability
The App seems to hit the spot (or should I say bubble), every time.

Security
A real 'thumbs up' to the developer... you are given the option of using sample data to explore the App, before agreeing to let Evernote authorise the App.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Evernote searching with bubbles.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get Bubble Browser for Evernote here and support for the App here.


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