How to web clip from the iPhone/iPad

How to web clip from the iPhone/iPad
Hello,

One of the most powerful Evernote feature is the ability to web clip an article from a web site. All the major browsers have plug-ins published by Evernote to do so, unfortunately such a thing does not exist for Safari Mobile on the iPhone or any other smartphone for that matter.

Here are several methods to web clip from your smartphone:

Personnaly I use Ever Web Clipper because it is faster to use (1 step instead of 2).

EverWebClipper screenshots

Note that this app is also available for Androïd here.

Until the next time, happy evernoting!

Pierre.

Update July 15th 2012: I have just tested another cool tool to clip (and not only web clip) from the iPhone, the app is called EverClip costs 0.99$ and is really cool. It works great and integrates flawlessly with iOS. Take look at the video which says it all:

Introducing EverClip from Ignition Soft on Vimeo.

3 Comments

  1. This wouldn’t work on all pages, but what I do is use the “Reader” button in Safari, and then email the page generated to Evernote. Works great but, again, it won’t work on every page presented.

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    • Nick,
      Thanks for the comment.
      I forgot that method.
      Pierre.

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  2. I use the Dolphin browser. It has an Evernote web clipper built in it. Works great!

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