Evernote and IM+ for Windows 7 Phone Hits Windows Phone Marketplace

Windows Phone marketplace today received two highly popular and much-anticipated apps for Windows Phone 7.The first app, Evernote, is a note-taking application very similar to OneNote in the Microsoft Office suite, and lets you capture and save notes, photos, clippings, and other inspirations while you’re on-the-go, and can then seamlessly share them with your social […]

Windows Phone marketplace today received two highly popular and much-anticipated apps for Windows Phone 7.

The first app, Evernote, is a note-taking application very similar to OneNote in the Microsoft Office suite, and lets you capture and save notes, photos, clippings, and other inspirations while you’re on-the-go, and can then seamlessly share them with your social profiles. Of the 13 or so versions of Evernote, “this is the most feature-rich debut we’ve ever had,” the Evernote crew said on their blog.

The free app is available on Windows, MacOS X, iOS, Android, Blackberry, Palm Pre, and now Windows Phone 7. All your notes taken on Evernote is automatically synced between these devices with Evernote installed, very much similar to OneNote. Check out the screenshots below:

You can download from Marketplace.

And, the second app, IM+, is an all-in-one instant messaging service developed by Shape Services. IM+ allows you to sign in to Yahoo! Messenger, GTalk, AIM Messenger, MySpace IM, Jabber, ICQ, Facebook Chat and Skype.

To try out IM+ now, you will need to sign up for the beta version by completing the form here, or alternatively you can wait until the app gets approved by Microsoft, which may take a few days until it appears on the marketplace.

Check out screenshots below: