How to Install Evernote Portable

Written by derek king
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Evernote is an application that allows uses to take notes and archive information in an organised manner. The program can capture information a variety of sources, including web pages, photos, screenshots and text messages. After recording the information, Evernote makes each document, image and article of information searchable. Evernote is available in a portable version for multiple protable devices and smart phones. Access Evernote's official download page to install the application on your portable device.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Compatible portable device

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Access Evernote's download page. The download page displays all of the available formats for the Evernote application, including portable devices and smart phones (such as iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Palm and Windows Mobile).

  2. 2

    Click the green link entitled "Learn More" underneath the portable device of choice. Evernote will open the portable device's specific download page. Select the link labelled "Available From the App Store," "Available in the Market" or something similar to open the specific portable device's application store.

  3. 3

    Click the button labelled "Download," "Install" or something similar to initiate the download from the computer. When prompted, click "Sign In," and log into the application store using your e-mail, phone number and/or password. Select the "Install" or "Download" button once again to automatically begin the installation on your portable device.

  4. 4

    Allow several minutes for Evernote to install onto the portable device. Once installed, select the program from the device's "Applications" menu to open it. If prompted, accept the "Terms and Conditions" and click "OK" to start Evernote for the first time.

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