Evernote is a popular service that designed for note-taking that has support for saving text, wepage, voice memos, even video notes, but Evernote is not supported on Linux, its only support Windows platform for PC users.
For Linux user there is Everpad, an official Evernote Client for Linux, that integrates well with Unity, GNOME, and KDE. Everpad support Unity Lens which allows you to search your notes through your Evernotes, then you can click it for additional editing, also you can create and manage all you notes from one place.
So how do we Install Evernote Client (Everpad) in Ubuntu 14.10/14.04 ?
Install Evernote Client (Everpad) in Ubuntu 14.10/14.04
NOTE : The Development for Everpad has suspended for months, there are many open issue that still have no response from the developer, So Everpad now has bug. If you want to use, use it at your own risk !
You can easily install Everpad on your, to install press CTRL+ALT+T on the keyboard to open your terminal, and type the commands below :
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nvbn-rm/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install everpad
Once installed, search Everpad on your Unity Dash and run it and don’t forget to configure your Everpad account with your Evernote account, so Everpad can sync your notes by clicking “Settings & Management” then “Authorise“.
That’s all for my quick post this time about Evernote Client (Everpad) in Ubuntu 14.10/14.04. Hope you find what are you looking for, if you have suggestion or you found better Evernote Client for Ubuntu Linux, please tell me via the comment box below. Thank you !.