Evernote
Evernote
7.14

2.9

Evernote free download for Mac

Evernote

7.14
13 December 2019

Create searchable notes and access them anywhere.

Overview

Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at anytime, from anywhere.

  • Create notes containing text and audio
  • Find printed and handwritten text within images
  • Clip application and web content directly into Evernote
  • Synchronize with the Evernote Service and access all notes, even ones taken using other clients

Note: while Evernote is listed as free, there are subscription pricing plans that can be viewed here.

What's new in Evernote

Version 7.14:
  • Sometimes the app would get stuck loading a note (usually a web clip or shared note) until finally it gave up and assumed you were offline. But now your notes should load fast enough to make you smile.
  • If you updated to macOS Catalina then tried to highlight text inside a PDF, it would look like there was nothing selected. You could say it was a big fail, but on the bright side, we fixed it.

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Aeschylus
25 September 2019

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Doesn't work with Safari 13. Really, they didn't know this was coming for a year? This is the only one of my apps that wasn't updated. The only possible reason is lack of interest on the dev's part, or lack of concern for users. Who prefers DevonThink? Who prefers Apple Notes? Does anyone prefer OneNote? Any other recommendations for switching?
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Version 7.13
Ulyssesric
25 September 2019
Evernote is not the only solution for cloud based note taking and the only reason that I keep paying for Evernote subscription is their web clip. And with Safari 13 upgrade their only advantage is gone. Apple had announced the upcoming change of Safari extension API since last year and those smart brains at Evernote had 16 months to implement it, but they just failed to do so before Safari 13 lands. From the staff responses on their forum I'd suspect that they just put it on the shelf until recently. And I'm not going to support such a insouciant company any longer.
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Version 7.13
Aeschylus
25 September 2019
Doesn't work with Safari 13. Really, they didn't know this was coming for a year? This is the only one of my apps that wasn't updated. The only possible reason is lack of interest on the dev's part, or lack of concern for users. Who prefers DevonThink? Who prefers Apple Notes? Does anyone prefer OneNote? Any other recommendations for switching?
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Version 7.13
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Ulyssesric
Ulyssesric
25 September 2019
I'm moving to Apple Notes by now. It's a lackluster but still usable. You may also want to try **KeepIt**. Their Mac App is outright purchase but iOS app is subscription based. The annual fee is cheaper than Evernote though.
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Version 7.13
Evanauten
08 July 2019
i use web capture often .. prefer devonthink org style
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Version 7.11
xxay
20 April 2019
CVE-2019-10038 Remote Code Execution https://www.inputzero.io/2019/04/evernote-cve-2019-10038.html https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/17/evernote-macos-bug/ Fixed in 7.10 Beta 1 and 7.9.1 GA.
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Version 7.9.1
Odysseus
10 February 2019
@Scott-C-H That's interesting. Have you considered EagleFiler, then? It stores everything in regular Finder folders …
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Version 7.8
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Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
28 March 2019
@Odysseus

Yes, I have looked into EagleFiler in the past and granted, it is a more future-proof alternative to Evernote and all the other "Everything Bucket" style solutions. I still didn't see a compelling reason to use it instead of working directly with files and folders. Tagging might be one reason some users might opt to use EagleFiler, but I learned to use a file name as a way to include tags and keywords, and I find it more than sufficient in locating my information without third-party software.

Ultimately, I have moved toward utilizing a personal information management workflow that eliminates the "needs" to rely on third-party solutions altogether. I've been around long enough to know that all of these things will always come and go as tech evolves and the market climate changes. I like to keep things generic and portable as much as possible at this point.
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Hboehm1
09 January 2019
Sehr praktisch und leicht zu bedienendes Nachrichten-App mit großem Leistungsumfang!
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Version 7.7
Esekel
10 December 2018
Evernote 7.6 spotlight support is broken when updating to Mojave so it only gets 2 stars from me. If you are dependent on Evernote then you should stick to High Sierra for now.
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Version 7.6
Gavriel70
09 October 2018
Been a member for 10 years now...it keeps getting better and better. With 10GB/month you can go completely paperless uploading every document in your world.
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Version 7.5.2
FulvioQ2472
01 August 2018
Gran bel programma lo uso gia da qualche anno. Lo trovo valido e ben fatto
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Version 7.2.3
Panthera
14 July 2018
Be cautious. Upgrading to this version broke Evernote bringing up a nonsensical dialog box. I had to completely pull EVERYTHING off the computer and start over. Might be wise to save the older version aside in case you experience the same difficulty. This is a rarity, but it was very inconvenient.
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Version 7.2.3
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Adonsa
Adonsa
14 July 2018
Hi Panthera,
I agree. Upgrading to version 7.2.3 returns the "Version Too Old" error for which there is no recovery and no tech support. It renders Evernote useless. The workaround is to (1) Using TrashMe, delete everything Evernote and reboot. Local notebooks will be deleted. (2) Reboot, go to Evernote website, log in, look to lower left corner click the letter there, then you get the option to download install Mac ver. After you're done, Boot your backup drive, launch the older Evernote from there, export your local notebooks to a file on another drive. Reboot to your regular working drive and import your local notebooks from the 3rd drive you saved it to. It's amazing and unprofessional of the Evernote staff not to notice this insidious bug. Future upgrades should first be done on a test drive, before committing your normal working drive. The issue becomes "trust," upgrades you cannot trust.
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