Using Honeycomb and still trying to find a useful app? Well, today you finally have the chance to get one in the new Evernote beta app. The beta for Evernote 3.1 for Android will actually work on Honeycomb as well as smartphone versions of Google’s OS.
The Honeycomb version of the app is the same version that was shown off at Google I/O earlier this month. It is a beta, so there’s a chance that the app will be a bit buggy, but at least there’s an option to use it. To get the app, you just need to download the .apk file from the Evernote forums. You can either download it on your computer and sideload the app, or you can simply download the file straight from your Android device.
The UI looks pretty slick, and looks to be fairly similar to the iPad version with some variations. Having a Honeycomb-capable Evernote app makes the Asus Eee Pad Transformer even better. It seems like a perfect fit for the convertible tablet, making even more useful as a netbook replacement.