[Video Demo] How to Use Evernote on an iPad

Evernote on iPadI did a little demo yesterday of usingย Evernoteย on my Samsung Galaxy phone (Android system), and today I have a demo on my iPad.

The app on the ipad isn’t quite as good as the version on my phone, but it’s still extremely powerful. The only thing it seems to be missing is the voice-to-text feature, which is a real shame. Evernote is always adding new features, so hopefully that will be in a future version.

The plus side of using Evernote on an iPad or other tablet is that the keyboard is bigger so it’s easier to type. In fact, I have an external keyboard cover which makes it almost like using the app on a proper computer.

In this video, I was able to do a demo using Evernote on my iPad via the Reflector app. You just have to download the app to your PC and then turn on AirPlay on your iPad by swiping up from the bottom. There are directions when you download Reflector.

It wasn’t quite as easy to use the Reflector app as it was to use MirrorOp on my Galaxy phone, but it still worked. The image just isn’t as clear.

Remember to keep an eye out for the set of Evernote guides I’ll be putting out over at my Business Content PLR site if you want to learn more and teach others how to use Evernote too ๐Ÿ™‚

What are your favorite ways to use Evernote?

Please share since I’ll be adding some of these to the Evernote guides we’re creating!

Comments

  1. So glad you are doing these tutorials! I have many clients interested in this and I haven’t had time to do the vids or guides. Can’t wait until you get them done so I can finally help out my clients.

    • Hi Samantha! I’m so glad to hear that. I adore Evernote ๐Ÿ™‚ Right now I’m just creating written step-by-step guides. I’m looking at the video option but it’s difficult since every device looks different. If I do one on Windows, people on Mac might get confused and vice versa. I’ll have to think about a solution to that ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. The written guides would be great too! I know because of the different platforms it’s hard. Maybe just do the android version and iPhone or iPad version only and then tell them at the bottom what difference they might see on another platform. Maybe even just a screenshot of the difference marked up in Skitch. Everyone would get the idea. I do hope your written guides will include cheat sheets. That would be real helpful.

  3. I love Evernote and I use it on a daily basis! One of the features I like the most is being able to share Notebooks with somebody else, so we can work remotely together on a task or ToDo list and have the latest information wherever we go.
    I liked your video. I agree the image isn’t as clear but I suggest whoever watches it in the future to open it full screen to get the most out of it!

    • Hey Gabriel. Thanks for the tip. On the video image, that was the first time I’ve used Reflector and it’s not ideal. I’ll have to see if there’s a better solution.

  4. I’m exploring options in that sense as well but haven’t found a good one to recommend yet.
    By the way, the AWeber website seems to be down at the moment and with it all the sign up forms that are pointing to it…

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