What’s in the Trunk you ask? Well it is easier to describe what is NOT in the Trunk. The Evernote Trunk is a list of useful apps and products associated with Evernote. Some are created by those friendly folks at Evernote but most are not. You can browse web apps or mobile apps and even look at hardware you can link to Evernote. I have talked about Evernote in a previous post so in this post I want to talk about those apps created by Evernote.
Evernote Food allows to you record your meals with your camera and automatically uploads it to a Food folder–or you can specify the folder you want to use. You can track your meals and snacks easily this way. other data points include location, any tags you want to add and a generic notes field where you can include helpful information like, “my salad was good but Jane’s pasta looked divine, get that next time!”
Evernote Skitch is a tool to allow you to annotate and draw on photos or screenshots. You can upload images, take with your camera or clip from the screen or web. (To get a screen shot on your iPad hold down power and home buttons at the same time.) You can write, draw, crop and share your images. Very easy and fun to use.
Evernote Peek is a surprisingly fun tool to help you study. You can download content, I got Spanish 101, and use the smart cover for your iPad to test your skill. You lift the first flap for the clue then open to see if you are right. It assumes you got it right (sadly that was not always true) so if you missed you mark the question as incorrect. You can create your own quizzes by taking notes in Evernote. The note title becomes the clue and the note body becomes the answer.
Evernote Hello is a tool for managing your contacts. You add photos and data to keep track of them. I must admit I haven’t used this one yet. I already have more contact than I really need.
Evernote Clearly is a web app that you can use to eliminate page distractions. I loaded it for Firefox and found myself using it a lot to trim the fluff out of a page. It created a nice text style for printing.
Most of these really have been useful. Which apps do you connect to Evernote?