Have you ever wished for an app that allows you to instantly transfer notes you’ve scribbled down on paper onto your smartphones? Apparently, there is one and it’s recently been launched in the Philippines.
From the makers of notebooks used by Oscar Wilde, Ernest Hemingway and Henri Matisse, Moleskine teams up with Evernote to create a notebook collection that allows you to digitize the things you put on paper. Keeping all the familiar features of the legendary notebook from the leather covers to the lined and blank pages, the Evernote collection also includes a special dot page layout that optimizes snapshots from your camera phone. Ideas are seamlessly transmitted to the Evernote app, storing the digital format for easy organization, searching and sharing. Now you won’t have to flip through your notebooks to look for old notes or quick sketches.
Watch the video below and see how it works:
The Moleskine Evernote collection is now available at all Apple Premium resellers including Power Mac Centers (Rockwell, Trinoma, SM Annex, SM Aura, Greenbelt, DLSU, Robinsons Magnolia, MOA, Mega Mall and Podium) and Pismo Digital Lifestyle at Shangri-La Mall, Eastwing Level 6