Odds are, if you’re serious about notetaking, you’re a faithful Evernote user already. The ubiquitous notes app is one of the best ways to take notes on the web, or even automatically from other web apps using tools like IFTTT. Then, it’s got native apps for almost every platform, so chances are even if you’re a web app fan, you don’t need to use the web app that often.
Evernote’s great today, but it’s traveled down a road that’s been rocky at times. This week, though, the company’s gotten one of technology’s highest honors as it received an Apple Design Award for its Mac and iOS apps. We’ve taken an in-depth look at the company’s journey at our sister site Mac.AppStorm, tracing it from its roots as an app for taking handwritten notes on a tablet PC to a service that’s award-winning on the most design-concious OSes.
If you’re an Evernote fan — or just like learning more about the stories behind apps — this is an article you should take a few minutes to read.