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Evernote just bought the famous app PENULTIMATE

Evernote, the brand that helps people to remind everything, has just acquired the handwriting iPad app “Penultimate” for USD 70 millions. The $0.99 app, which allows users to take handwritten notes with a stylus or finger, has been downloaded more than 2 million times since its release — making it the fourth most-popular paid iPad app.

While many such takeovers often lead to discontinuation of the original app, it does not seem to be the case here: Penultimate will remain an independent brand in the iTunes store and also a paid app. The “one-man shop” behind the app, Ben Zotto, will join Evernote and help the company expand handwriting features for others products and platforms.

Penultimate is the biggest acquisition in terms of revenue and users,” Libin says. “It’s the most mature company we have ever bought.

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