Evernote is probably the most popular online note-taking application. With versions for computers (both Windows and Mac) and mobile versions for Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, and WebOS, the app is virtually everywhere. There is a free version and a Premium version, but the free version previously limited users to only being able to include text, image, audio and PDF files in their notes.
Today, Evernote announced that the restriction has now been removed and free account users can include any type of file in their notes. “The reason we lifted our file restriction is that we want to allow our users to store everything related to an experience or memory in a single, visual, searchable place.”
The other restrictions for free accounts still apply – there’s a 25 MB file size limit for notes and a 60 MB upload limit per month. Evernote is promising that there are a lot more innovations “in the works”. If you aren’t familiar with, or haven’t tried, the service, you can visit Evernote to check it out.