Evernote’s Windows 10 app shows up in the Windows Store


Evernote’s Windows 10 app has been spotted in the Windows Store. The company’s classic desktop app is already quite available, but it seems like Evernote wants to get into the Universal Windows Platform to bring its service to devices like the Surface Hub and HoloLens. At the moment, you can download the Evernote app for Windows 10 — however, it doesn’t seem to be functional just yet. Once the app is installed, it will only show a blank screen when you open it up — this is probably because the app hasn’t been announced officially just yet.


Interestingly enough, the Windows Store listing for the Evernote app states that the app is available on PCs and the Surface Hub. However, we aren’t quite sure if it will be coming to Windows 10 Mobile devices. Evernote will most likely release the app officially sometime after the release of Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but we may see it a little bit earlier as well. For now, if you want to try the app out on your Windows 10 device, you can get it from the link below. Once again, please do note that the app isn’t functional just yet, and you’ll only see a blank screen when you install it.

Evernote for Windows
Evernote for Windows
Developer: Evernote
Price: Free
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