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Evernote for iPhone and iPad gets a huge update in the App Store

Evernote, the remember-everything productivity and note taking app that has been rocking the App Store since 2008, received a major overhaul for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad today. The 4.0 update brings a number of additions including a new homescreen with a more efficient snippet view, better note browsing and more!

If you haven't used Evernote yet we highly suggest giving it a try. There are so many ways of using Evernote to help get things done and improve your productivity that it would just be silly not to!

Hit the jump for a full rundown with a video of what's new, and let us know how it's working for you in the comments!

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How to Get Things Done with Evernote for iPhone and iPad

As many of you may know, I am one of the productivity geeks here at TiPb. I am always looking to use tools to help me be more productive and save time. I have used most of the major task management platforms available for iPhone and iPad, but I have secretly longed to do it in Evernote.

There are many ways use GTD and Evernote and a quick Google search will usher many results. However, I have adopted and tweaked Jeff Kirvin's GTD concept in Evernote. Let me explain how it works. Getting Things Done (GTD) is a methodology for complete task management. Evernote is suited well for this as it has folders, tags and custom searches; this is my setup.

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OmniFocus for iPad- app review

By now you probably know that I am big into productivity apps and I am always looking for the next big thing. I use a lot of task management apps on the iPad, and there are some great ones for sure. However, I have just come across the ultimate task management app for your iPad; OmniFocus. This is, without a doubt the best app for utilizing David Allen's "Getting Things Done" (GTD) methodology. What makes this app stand out so much are three things: good design, Forecast and Review. But, I am probably getting ahead of myself. Let's start at the beginning. Note, a lot of the features I am going to discuss are not unique to OmniFocus, but I think it is fair to describe them so you know what is contained in GTD and can get a better grasp for how it is used. For this review I literally rebuilt my tasks in the app form scratch except for the made-up Inbox screenshot below. I had to do that since I am already organized :-)

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