A pretty big update for the Evernote iOS app has hit the App Store, including notable new features such as support for rich text, a completely redesigned user interface for the iPad version, and shared notebooks.
As far as rich text support goes, users can now stylize text, add highlights and URLs, create headers, edit and create messages, and make lists. Creating checkboxes, though, is still only available in the desktop Evernote app. Along with the features already mentioned, the following have been added as well:
Slideshow view that allows viewing of only images attached to a particular note. They can be saved into the iDevice’s camera roll or be copied to the clipboard.
A redesign of the iPad interface
Updates to the All Notes view, which now displays notes as snippets.
Premium Evernote users can add a passcode to the app.
Evernote users can download the new update right now via the App Store.