Last week Jason Kincaid wrote about his not-very-pleasant experience with Evernote, the popular note-taking app. Evernote CEO Phil Libin says he’s taking that critique to heart.
A new version of Evernote’s note-taking and page-clipping application will be available to millions of Salesforce.com users on AppExchange.
What do they say about all publicity being good publicity! Well, that certainly is true for Evernote, which has seen a growth in downloads and usage of its app since Google announce Keep, another note-taker & clipping app for Android.
Evernote is one of the more understated success stories in Silicon Valley. Almost four years old, the digital clipper-locker service is a poster child for freemium business model and much of the credit goes to its CEO Phil Libin, an underrated Silicon Valley star.
2011 has been all about personalized mobile apps, and Evernote has benefited handsomely: In the past 12 months, the personal note-taking software company grew its user base from 6 million to 20 million. GigaOM talked to CEO Phil Libin about the growth and Evernote’s 2012 outlook.