I love to share the basics of tech to show what you can get done quickly and easily with tablets(like the iPad), smart phones and PCs from the point of view of someone who has vision difficulties as I am legally blind. I avoid "geek speak" as I share the great things you can get done with new technology. It is more important to get things done with tech than the tech itself.
Hands down one of my Top 10 most useful apps is Evernote. Anything I need to remember I create a note in Evernote. I can even speak to Evernote to create notes--no typing required. And, I have Evernote on my phone, my iPad and my PC...all for FREE.
Evernote is simply an app to create and save notes. I have notes for things I need to remember and might need anywhere in an emergency. Examples of notes are: lists of my medications, picture of my passport in case it gets lost, Ideas for my blog posts and the models of printer cartriges I use. Even though I have many notes I can search for a word in the note and Evernote brings it to me quickly and easily.
Evernote notes can be viewed from any computer in the world. Just go to evernote.com and log in to your account to see your notes.
How to begin.
Create an Evernote account. Don't worry it's FREE.
Download the Evernote app for your smartphone, PC, Mac or iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch.
There is a Pro version that is pay but the FREE version works perfectly for me.
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