Evernote 4.1 for iOS Released

Federico Viticci:

Evernote’s biggest change on iOS is the possibility of creating and editing notes with rich text styles. Whereas previous versions of the mobile app forced users to always edit notes in plain text — thus breaking styles coming from the desktop app — Evernote 4.1 allows basic creation of numbered and bulleted lists, as well as sections, paragraphs and blockquotes straight from an iPhone or iPad. Obviously, users can now also select text to make it bold, italic or underlined, with more options such as strikethrough and highlight available in a new formatting bar.

It is about time. This always held me up from using Evernote in the past. I like the idea of the application, but since falling in love with .txt files, I’m just not sure I could ever try it again.