It could be useful, no doubt, but we're not sure how many people will use it properly.
Evernote Hello Review
by on March 7, 2012
Instead of typing contact information, hand your phone over to someone and let them enter it, as well as taking a picture of themselves. The information is tagged with the location and all this is stored on Evernote’s servers, accessible both in Hello and the Evernote client.
The next time you meet them, enter the ‘encounter’ in Hello, and you’ll gradually build a history of meetings. It looks pretty, but there are two drawbacks.
First, contact info doesn’t sync with your address book. Second, and more importantly, it just feels a little bit awkward asking people to photograph themselves or snapping pictures of them on every occasion you meet.
Perhaps it works better in California, but to us slightly less social Brits, Hello’s potential embarrassment factor probably outweighs its usefulness.
Download this app: Evernote Hello for iPhone
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