Evernote Hello

Evernote Hello


With Evernote Hello it’s easy to remember everything about everyone you meet.

Whether you're meeting someone for the first time, trying to remember important details about a person you’ve met before, or recalling important information about a previous meeting, Evernote Hello is here to help. Here's how:

- See everyone you’ve met and pictures of your activities in a beautiful mosaic layout
- View a history of all the meetings you've had with individuals
- Remember all aspects of your meetings: location, notes, photos, and faces
- Connect with people through LinkedIn and now Facebook
- Get additional insights about contacts and meetings with Related Notes from your Evernote account

There are three easy ways to bring people you meet into Evernote Hello:

- Connect with nearby Evernote Hello users via Hello Connect
- Pull their information from your calendar appointments, texts, calls or your address book
- Create a quick profile and snap their photo manually

With Evernote Hello, you can easily remember everyone you meet.

Evernote Hello is part of the Evernote family of products, which are designed to help you remember everything.

Recent changes:
What's new in 1.4.2:

- Supports saving to Exchange account contacts
- Added additional fields in profile
- Fixed crash on launch issue on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7

Also in this release:

- NEW: Use Hello Connect audio tones to instantly exchange information with nearby Evernote Hello users
- Automatically pulls contact information from Facebook, LinkedIn and your address book to save you time
- Pushes new Hello contacts into your Google Contacts to keep everything up to date
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User ratings
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Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Evernote Hello
With Evernote Hello it’s easy to remember everything about everyone you meet.

Whether you're meeting someone for the first time, trying to remember important details about a person you’ve met before, or recalling important information about a previous meeting, Evernote Hello is here to help. Here's how:

- See everyone you’ve met and pictures of your activities in a beautiful mosaic layout
- View a history of all the meetings you've had with individuals
- Remember all aspects of your meetings: location, notes, photos, and faces
- Connect with people through LinkedIn and now Facebook
- Get additional insights about contacts and meetings with Related Notes from your Evernote account

There are three easy ways to bring people you meet into Evernote Hello:

- Connect with nearby Evernote Hello users via Hello Connect
- Pull their information from your calendar appointments, texts, calls or your address book
- Create a quick profile and snap their photo manually

With Evernote Hello, you can easily remember everyone you meet.

Evernote Hello is part of the Evernote family of products, which are designed to help you remember everything.

Recent changes:
What's new in 1.4.2:

- Supports saving to Exchange account contacts
- Added additional fields in profile
- Fixed crash on launch issue on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7

Also in this release:

- NEW: Use Hello Connect audio tones to instantly exchange information with nearby Evernote Hello users
- Automatically pulls contact information from Facebook, LinkedIn and your address book to save you time
- Pushes new Hello contacts into your Google Contacts to keep everything up to date

User reviews of Evernote Hello
很新鮮,玩兩次膩,等好幾個月沒更新過。 阿婆那邊的改版說是能掃描名片了,就等這邊改版吧。
Mar 1, 2013
人脈管理程式,但對於一般升斗小民來說貌似沒什麼作用
Dec 26, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Crashes on connect to linked in
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Crashes when attempting to login to linkedin On kit kat.
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Doesn't work Crashed when trying to connect to LinkedIn, which I thought was the figurative backbone of the app.
A Google User
Dec 2, 2014
Very interesting concept!
A Google User
Dec 1, 2014
Ugh Last updated a year and a half ago?!