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Digitize your notebooks with help from Moleskine and Evernote

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Moleskine has partnered with Evernote to make notebooks specifically designed for use with the productivity app. The pages of the notebooks will be made from special paper and when you take a photo of any of your scribblings with the Evernote app, it will be accessible through the cloud. The information is then fully searchable and can be saved in a digital notebook. The video above shows the digitizing partnership in action. You can pre-order small notebooks for $24.95 and large ones for $29.95. Both come with a three-month subscription to Evernote Premium.

Evernote has built some clever innovations to make for a better digital note-taking experience. For instance, it makes Evernote Peek, a flashcard program designed to work with the iPad 2 and its smart cover. There's also Evernote Food, where you can store photos of delicious meals along with captions, titles, and notes. You can get that app on Android devices from Google Play or from the Apple App Store for iPhone.

[via Gizmodo]

This article was written by Anna Washenko and originally appeared on Tecca

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