According to SoftMaker's changelog, this third beta supports Evernote and some bug fixes. I haven't tried it yet to learn more about the Evernote support. I will past back about this later.
It is now possible to share your thoughts on Google+ via SMS. At least for the countries listed in the link below. Sorry, Mauritius is not among them.
Click on the link to learn more and hope that Mauritius will join that list too.
Blog post from Google blog announcing a conversation with UN Secretary General.
We're passionate about changing the world Google+ Hangout with the UN Secretary-General. But there's another organization that's equally passionate—and has been doing it a lot longer. For more than 60 years, the United Nations has worked to advance a global agenda on ending war and poverty, promoting human rights, protecting the environment and dealing with humanitarian crises—critical issues that will determine the quality of life for future generations to come.
So we're delighted that on Tuesday, April 10, some of the voices of the next generation will have the chance to participate in an exclusive global conversation with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon via a Google+ Hangout from the United Nations headquarters in New York. Six young people, selected in consultation with partners in civil society, academia and United Nations offices in the field, will join from the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, and have the opportunity to ask questions on the issues that matter to them.
The Google+ Hangout with the UN Secretary-General will be streamed live at 3:30pm ET on April 10 at youtube.com/unitednations. David C. Drummond, Google's SVP of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer, will moderate.
Technology has given us the chance to advance the important work of the UN, while ensuring that global politics is made more accountable to citizens. We're thrilled that Google can help play a small part in this.
Posted by Dex Torricke-Barton, Global Communications & Public Affairs