Google has been pushing hard over the past few years to encourage developers to make their programs suitable for larger screens, including Chrome OS. The most recent illustration is the update to Evernote’s Android app for Chromebooks.
According to Evernote, the Android app is now optimized for users of Chromebooks. In particular, it draws attention to an updated Evernote Home interface, which displays different cards (notes, tasks, calendar, pins, etc.) spread across three columns in landscape mode but only two in portrait. The smartphone app is similar to Google Keep and only has one.
The top of the screen has a cover image to welcome you, and the bottom app bar (search and drawer) has a centered oval floating action button (FAB) with a green theme. The desktop clients, in contrast, have a side navigation drawer.
The company also promises enhanced menus that are easier to access and cleaner as part of the more user-friendly design. In late 2020, Evernote had a rebuild with version 10.0. Evernote began preparing its Android app for larger screens earlier in the year, and the Chromebook upgrade continues that effort. In February, it also unveiled brand-new widgets that let you view tasks, shortcuts, and notes on your homescreen.
The Chromebook update is currently being given out to the, according to Evernote, a more comprehensive program than Keep, with version 10.30.1 being the most recent build. Of course, the page is still accessible on Chrome OS.
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