Google Keep comes to iOS, Pixelmator 2.1 adds support for iPad multitasking & 8K images

Article Image Google officially brought its Keep notetaking platform to iOS on Thursday, while the Pixelmator Team updated its namesake iOS image editor with features like full multitasking on the iPad.

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Evernote adopts new Plus tier and revamped Premium option, Airbnb comes to iPad

Evernote on Wednesday added a new Plus tier to its notetaking services, simultaneously changing up its Premium subscription, while Airbnb introduced a native iPad interface to its iOS app.



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Evernote Aims to Bring All the Loose Bits Together


Evernote CEO Phil Libin announced major expansions of the company’s note-taking application at the EC4 Conference on Thursday. The new features are designed to build Evernote’s business presence and keep users connected to its services, among other things. Some of the best business-oriented and social media features will roll out as premium buy-ins. Other product tweaks will give users more efficient note-taking and organizational tools within the Evernote framework. Evernote is aiming to help users link their professional and personal lives.

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