Bubble Browser is a clean, visual (and fun!) way to explore your Evernote memories.
Tags, notebooks and dates are presented as colorful bubbles to show what's the most important in every given context. You can see how often particular tag was used at a glance and easily navigate back through the history of your notes. In short - the bigger a bubble is, the more stuff is inside.
It was re-engineered from the ground up to be FAST and to provide completely seamless experience. It also introduces new features, including TEXT SEARCH, TYPEAHEAD SUGGESTIONS and PERSPECTIVES, among others. And, oh yeah, it’s HANDSOME.
Bubble Browser was created by Macoscope for Evernote Devcup 2012 competition.
Five pillars of Bubble Browser awesomeness:
VISUAL DATA REPRESENTATION: allows faster information consumption, presenting data sets as shapes is more natural than dealing with raw numbers,
SMART SEARCH METHODS: traditional data exploration methods are dull and might be ineffective. Delivering results in a visual way yields far more interesting and gratifying outcomes,
SELF-EXPLORATION: ability to discover your own patterns related to processes of information storing and memorization,
IMMEDIATE DATA ACCESS: ability to quickly filter your information by intersecting tags, notebooks and dates criteria,
FOCUS ON A PIECE OF INFORMATION: allowing you to see your data in a specific context, which may reveal new relationships between your notes and tags.