November 20, 2013 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Bellevue, Washington - Tipbit, the award-winning mobile inbox, has added Evernote clipping integration. Now the world's first smart inbox for people on the go makes it even easier to save email content to Evernote notebooks.
Tipbit previously overhauled the mobile email to put relevant information at the fingertips of busy professionals. Uniting email, calendar and social context - along with personal search - Tipbit's poweful 'contextual indexing' engine automatically delivers relevant content to mail or calendar. Now, Tipbit integrates email and Evernote, allowing users to simply and easily clip this critical information asset to Evernote notebooks with a single tap.
"Both Evernote and Tipbit focus on making it easier for busy people to manage information - they are a natural combination," said Gordon Mangione, Tipbit co-founder and CEO. "Tipbit users want to work faster and smarter on the run and our one-tap clip to Evernote allows them to easily collect important email information."
Tipbit email clipped to Evernote is available for use with the full range of Evernote's features. Email, documents and webpages can be united into a single notebook, allowing mobile users to handle more of their everyday business tasks on-the-go, instead of waiting until they are back at their desk.
Tipbit supports the broadest range of email services including support for ActiveSync for Exchange and IMAP services such as Gmail and Yahoo.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.1 or later
* 19.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Tipbit 1.2.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Tipbit is the 2013 winner of the SxSW V2V competition in the mobile and table technologies category.
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