Curio integrates with Evernote

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Zengobi and Evernote on Thursday announced new integration between their respective products—Curio, Zengobi's brainstorming software, and Evernote, the company's eponymous information capture and retrieval software.

5.4 enables users of both applications to pull text notes, voice recordings and snapshot photos taken using Evernote on the desktop or via mobile device including the iPhone, instantly.

Users who utilize Curio for mind-mapping, brainstorming and idea collection can take data they've produced in Evernote to add to their projects.

Curio 5.4 is a free update for registered users. Evernote is available in Free or Premium services; Premium costs $45 per year and adds synchronization of any file type, more upload allowance, enhanced security and other features.

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