You know Evernote? That very useful multi-platform productivity app that runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Android, BlackBerry smartphones and of course iPhone and iPod Touch? I’m pretty sure that if you’re not using it right now, you’ve probably heard about it before. Well, guess what? Evernote just reached the 2 million user Â mark. Aren’t we excited? Â By all means we are.
I personally like Evernote’s iPhone app. It was the first productivity app that I used on my iPhone, although I could not say that I have become more productive since I started using it. Â But still, it has helped me remember things that I would Â otherwise forget if I didn’t use the app.
Anyway, going back to Evernote’s recent achievement, the official Evernote blog says that they wouldn’t have achieved the 2 million user mark if not for the big push in usage given by both Android and iPhone apps. Â But looking at the given stats, it seems that Evernote has to thank only the iPhone since more than 1M users used the Evernote iPhone app. While Android could only give 26K+ users.
Evernote for Windows follow the iPhone app in terms of usage with more 600K people who used it, followed by the Evernote web app.
Here’s a breakdown of Â Evernote’s usage stat, in case you’re curious to know.
- 2,062,015 total Evernote users
- 1,005,048 iPhone app users
- 623,900 Windows users
- 604,480 web app users
- 342,620 Mac users
- 90,972 Palm Pre users
- 80,890 Windows Mobile users
- 78,406 Â BlackBerry users
- 29,861 Android users
If you haven’t used Evernote, now is probably a good time to start using it. Who knows? – It might help you be more productive in 2010.
Originally posted on December 30, 2009 @ 6:13 pm