If we're using Evernote 3 on a Mac, the same information will appear on our Windows-based work computer. The only snag or downside is that you can't share your information with other users. It would be superb if Evernote enables you to take some information and share that with another user's account. At the moment, you can only share info between your own accounts, unless you give someone access to your account (which we do, as we can't think of another way of sharing the info across between different users).
You don't need a need Evernote 3 installed on your machine to access your account. As long as you know your username and password, you can login to your online Evernote account to see the stored information.
Evernote 3 has reached public beta testing stage, so it's now open for anyone to open an account. The free version enables you to synchronise/upload 40MB of traffic each month, which should be enough for most users. If you need more traffic, you can choose to pay $5 for the premium service.
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