Evernote adds Google Drive integration to Android apps, web

Evernote listened to its customers and has worked with Google to deliver better Google Drive integration into its services.

As Evernote gets more and more users on board its service, there indeed comes a point where all of those users have varied requirements. Evernote found out that one such requirement was needed for Google Drive where it noticed that many of its users copy pasted links from Google's service. Evernote listened and then worked with Google to deliver better Google Drive integration into its services.

The result is that Evernote's customers can now easily access files from the connected (linked) Google Drive accounts to make their work flow seamless. Evernote also revealed that since more than half of its users have a Google account, it indeed made sense to integrate the service and now let everyone with a Drive account access their files in the Evernote apps. This beta integration is available for the web on Chrome, and for Android.

Instead of seeing only URL links, anyone can browse anything created or stored in Google Drive right inside Evernote's notebooks. Customers can now simply add any file in Drive to their notes without leaving Evernote. Moreover, any changes to files in Google Drive will dynamically update in Evernote.

“Once people see how well Evernote and Google Drive work together, they’ll use both products intuitively,” says Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill. “For Evernote enthusiasts, this is a natural progression. Google is organizing the world’s information, and now Google Drive and Evernote are helping you do just that with your information.”

Evernote has promised that other platforms (iOS, Windows) will soon be receiving the same integration.

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