Evernote on Symbian Series 60?

I’ve been a big fan of Evernote for a while now, but have found it lacking in some areas: no Symbian Series 60 support for my mobile phone (yes, there is a mobile interface, but I’d like a native application), and no native Linux support (yes, there are workarounds through WINE, but its nothing like a native application).

It seems like the API is open. It seems like a real popular request to get this going on Series 60, and it seems like there may be wind of such a client, especially since they’re also doing stuff for the Android platform, but nothing concrete.

Does anyone know if this is happening? Failing which, maybe a Nokia Nseries Widget (WRT widgets) might be what I’m after (seeing this working on the N97 yesterday, I was truly impressed).

At this juncture, I need Series 60 support, more than I’d need Linux support. I don’t have plans on carrying an iPhone anytime soon, just to make good use of Evernote (which I must say, is impressive – full integration with the hardware, is very cool).


  1. I agree with you there. A S60 app would be fantastic. I have been using Evernote more and more lately and it is still a little frustrating to have to rely on the mobile site. I am confident there will be an S60 app soon though although I would like to see an app that runs on both 3rd and 5th editions.

  2. davidlian says:

    Hear, hear. I’d love to write thoughts, pick photos etc offline and sync back online instead of waiting for the mobile page to load.

    Maybe a WRT widget for N97 / 5800 XPM?

    @Paul Jacobson: Some later S60 3.2 phones support WRT too (minus the touch support of course), such as the Nokia N96 which I’m using now.

  3. Friedbeef says:

    Haha yeah… you have no idea how long I have been waiting for a S60 evernote app.

    This is the killer mobile app for any telco data plans.

  4. Anoop isaac says:

    cannot agree more, but dont know what is stopping from native evernote app for symbian OS which has huge user base