Evernote will have an application for Windows Phone 7 ready ‘this winter’, according to a post on the company’s official blog post showcasing Evernote-related stats for 2010. “A brand new Windows Phone 7 version of Evernote will launch this winter and we’re rolling out HP Palm improvements every couple of months. It’s probably not even worth saying that iOS and Android are going to continue to get lots of attention from our developers.”
Evernote has passed six million registered users. User numbers have gone up 186% in 2010. Evernote also now has over 200,000 Premium users, a whopping 470% more than at the end of 2009.
In the mobile platform segment, iOS is the most use for Evernote in 2010, with 1.1 million active users in December, as opposed to Android’s 550,000, but Android numbers grew 1,570% in 2010, so nothing looks set in stone for 2011. Desktop-wise, Windows is king, followed by desktop Web use and Mac use which were almost tied in Dec. For all three, the growth rates compared to Dec’09 are in the three figures.