Friday, 9 November 2012

Evernote launches mobile integration with Tencent's One Browser

Integration of Evernote with ONE Browser for Android allows users to clip a webpage directly to their Evernote account with one click. And also sync information across devices.

Evernote has integrated its note taking application with Tencent's ONE Browser for Android mobile users in India and across the South East Asia region. ONE Browser from Tencent, which is China's number one search engine company, has approximately 40 million downloads worldwide.

The integration of Evernote with ONE Browser for Android allows mobile users to clip a webpage directly to their Evernote account with just one click. All information collected and saved via mobile phones is synchronised across other devices using Evernote, giving users access to their data, anytime, anyplace.

Evernote is a note taking application with ability to of creating notes, snapping images, recording audios, saving files and having everything synchronise across all devices and platforms, including phones, tablets and computers. There are more than 40 million Evernote users worldwide, with more than 650,000 users in India.

ONE Browser's compression technology claims to cut download times and reduce data costs by up to 85 per cent. ONE Browser with Evernote integration is available for download on Google Play.

"We are excited to work with Tencent to improve mobile browsing experience for our users across the globe. In India, China and many other developing countries Internet access is predominantly mobile, so it's critically important to improve the mobile user experience. ONE Browser's innovative integration with Evernote does just that - it allows our users to remember what they see online directly from the browser," said Troy Malone, general manager, Asia Pacific, Evernote.

"We are rapidly introducing our products in the Asian region and India is a primary market for us, with the mobile phone subscribers' base now topping more than 929 million, making it second in the world only to China for the number of mobile phones in use," said Andy Pan, Tencent's director of International Mobile Products.

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