Evernote moves on to mobile messaging apps after inking a deal with Korea's Kakao Talk

Evernote moves on to mobile messaging apps after inking a deal with Korea's Kakao Talk

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New Evernote has long been trusted to keep important information for individual users, but now the company is making its service more social after striking its first deal with a mobile messaging company. The US startup has inked terms with Korea-based Kakao Talk, a service with more than 90 million registered users,...
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