Evernote is a web service and software application that allows users to collect notes and information. Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your notable life using your computer, phone, and the web.
Use Evernote to capture pretty much everything, type a text note, clip a web page, snap a photo, grab a screenshot, record voice and sound. Everything you capture is automatically processed, indexed, and made searchable. If you like, you can add tags or organize notes into different notebooks. Plus now you can also email and even tweet your notes to Evernote through your favourite email client and Twitter.
Evernote works across the computers and phones you use daily, allowing you to capture something in one place and then access it from another. You can download the Evernote software and install it on your Mac and PC, download it to your iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile device or capture everything from the Evernote website itself.
One feature I find particularly useful is the web clip. If I find anything interesting and noteworthy on the web, I just click the Clip to Evernote bookmark on my toolbar and the whole web page will be saved to my default Evernote notebook. Later I can retrieve and read the saved web page from my PC, mobile phone or the Evernote website.
The free Evernote account allows you to upload 40MB worth of notes, web clips, pictures and sound every month. The premium account offers a generous 500MB data upload per month. Visit the Evernote website to sign up for a free account and download Evernote to your computer or mobile phone.