Evernote has released version 10.24 of its eponymous information management app, enabling you to reveal and edit an encrypted block of text without permanently decrypting it. (The text is re-encrypted as soon as you navigate to a different note, ensuring sensitive data stays hidden.) The update also improves search to start searching in a selected notebook or space by default, improves notebook display in non-Latin languages like Japanese, fixes a bug that prevented notes from being moved to another notebook, resolves an issue that prevented merged notes from appearing in a new note, and ensures that completed tasks in a deleted note don’t appear in the tasks list. (Free from Evernote or the Mac App Store, 141 MB, release notes, macOS 10.14+)
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