This review is going to be a bit heartbreaking to write for one simple reason: I love Evernote. DailyTekk practically runs on it—nearly all of my ideas for posts start within the app. I recently wrote a piece for ReadWrite called 10 Ways to Make Evernote Rock Harder which garnered over 7k social shares. Naturally I was excited to discover the new Evernote Market for physical products that enhance the Evernote app experience. As I got to browsing through the store one day I discovered what looked like the mother of all styli: the Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition.
I think the official Market description is really what hooked me:
Those clunky, squishy-tipped styluses just didn’t do it for us. So we asked our friends at Adonit if they were game to build something specifically for the art of note taking. Enter the Jot Script Evernote Edition, the first true precision-point stylus that allows your handwriting to flow as freely as your thoughts.
So I ordered one. Well, I take that back—I requested a sample for review, first, to give it a try. Adonit actually didn’t have any to spare—even for a review on a tech blog—because the item was so popular. I was a bit disappointed, but this seemed to be a good sign. People wanted the stylus. So, I took the plunge ...