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Evernote credits Android users for pushing service over 2 million user mark

December 31, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka

Android News

Evernote credits Android users for pushing service over 2 million user mark

The full version of an Android app for Evernote has been available for less than a month, but Evernote is crediting Android users for helping them reach the 2 million user mark. Evernote debuted earlier this month after several weeks in beta for Android and has since attracted nearly 30,000 users, accounting for 1.45 percent of users.

Evernote made the announcement and included some stats to show how Android adoption compares to Evernote members on other platforms. According to official stats, Evernote’s members are represented by iPhone at 48.74 percent, Pre at 4.41, Windows Mobile at 3.92, and Blackberry at 3.8 percent. Of these five platforms, Android was the last to receive an Evernote app.

Well, all we wanted for Christmas was two million users. And we got it, big time, pushed over the line by great numbers from our recent Android and iPhone launches! And we did it in about half the time it took us to get our first million.

I am a fan of the Evernote for Android app, but I’m still waiting on a couple of major functions like support for browsing notebooks offline. Expect the number of Android users to increase once that feature and other improvements available on the iPhone version of Evernote are added to this app.