I am a huge fan of Evernote. The cross-platform service allows me to capture my thoughts, pictures and voice notes no matter where I am or what I’m doing. I can use Evernote on my iMac and then later access new notes on my iPhone. I can write something on my Windows tablet PC and then finish the process on my MacBook. I’m even able to access Evernote on the new Camangi Webstation thanks to the recent release of a client for the Android platform.
Well new numbers were released today and they show that I’m not the only one using Evernote. In fact, the adoption rate of people using Evernote is rather remarkable.
There are now over 2 million different individuals who have used Evernote in some version or another. Almost 1.8 million of them have logged into Evernote more than once. And almost 1.6 million people have used Evernote on at least two different platforms.
The Evernote iPhone application is clearly a winner with over 1 million people having used it. That’s rather remarkable in light of the fact that just over 600,000 people have used it on Windows and only 340,000 on Mac. That confirms something I have long suspected. Evernote is a huge success in large part because of its portability. People love to be able to grab information with their iPhone matter where they are and know that they’ll be able to access it whenever they need to access it at some later date.
There’s one other statistic that I found kind of neat. The number of people who have obtained an Evernote t-shirt is just 1137. As one of the first people to sign up for Evernote when it came out of beta I’m lucky enough to have one of those. Ooh… a collectors item.
A big congratulations to the entire Evernote crew. I for one truly appreciate the work that they’ve been doing and couldn’t imagine a mobile life without Evernote being a part of it on a daily basis.