Flush With Fresh Funding, Evernote Hits 5 Million Users

Mere weeks after raising a $20 million round from the likes of Sequoia Capital and Morgenthaler Ventures, memory enhancement service Evernote is today announcing that they’ve hit 5 million users.

The news, which Evernote just announced on its blog, comes less than three months after the startup reached the 4 million users milestone.

In other words, the time to add another million users keeps getting shorter for Evernote (22,130 users signed up yesterday, the company claims).

They needed 446 days to get its first million users, 222 days to get to its second million, 133 days to get to its third and 108 days to reach the 4 million users milestone.

As you can tell from the graph above, they’ve gone from 4 to 5 million users in just 83 days.

Evernote in the blog post says they’ve hit more records in the past few weeks, too, including the highest daily revenue from Evernote Premium subscriptions.

If you’re an Android user, you might want to check out the latest version of Evernote’s Android app, which was just released.

The company also offers apps for PCs, Macs as well as iOS, BlackBerry, Palm Pre & Pixi and Windows Mobile handsets.

The company promises to push updates to its Mac, iPhone and iPad apps soon.