It feels like it’s been around for­ever, but this or­gan­iser still has plenty to of­fer the pho­tog­ra­phy en­thu­si­ast

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What the app does

This app helps you to stay or­gan­ised when you’re do­ing re­search for a photo shoot. You can keep ev­ery­thing ar­ranged here in elec­tronic note­books, to which you can add your own pho­tos, notes, web im­ages and even en­tire web pages. You can do all of this on the desk­top ver­sion, then sync this to your mo­bile de­vice, or vice versa. The free Ever­note Ba­sic of­fer­ing syncs on up to two de­vices, while the sub­scrip­tion­based Plus and Pre­mium ver­sions give you sync­ing on un­lim­ited de­vices and a larger monthly upload al­lowance.

When to use it

Ever­note is a smart op­tion for the trav­el­ling pho­tog­ra­pher in par­tic­u­lar, as you can pool all of your travel doc­u­ments, book­ing de­tails, emails and re­search into the one place. It also en­ables you to put to­gether check­lists (for kit, say) if you’re plan­ning a shoot, and take snaps of doc­u­ments and sketches from di­rectly within the app, ready to an­no­tate and add to a note.

How to use it

Make in­di­vid­ual notes or a whole note­book, then clip in­for­ma­tion into them from web pages – with hy­per­links fully pre­served. Copy and paste pho­tos, an­no­tate them with hand-writ­ten notes, text or icons and type up notes be­fore hit­ting the Sync but­ton, which up­loads the con­tent on to a server. You can also share notes and col­lab­o­rate with other Ever­note users.

Spot­ted an in­ter­est­ing pic or an ar­ti­cle on a web­site? Clip it into a note to read later You can com­bine pho­tos, text, hand-writ­ten notes, sketches and au­dio in a sin­gle note

If you’re an iPhone user, Ever­note of­fers much more func­tion­al­ity than Notes

For those re­ally im­por­tant events, tap the alarm clock to set your­self a re­minder

Tap an im­age on a note to draw di­rectly onto it, type in text or add mark­ers to it

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