Samsung WB250F SMART Camera is now integrated with Evernote, giving users an option to sync their photos across different mobile devices and computers.

Samsung announced Wednesday, an integration of Evernote with its popular Smart Camera. Samsung WB250F Camera owners can now sync their photos and access on various devices with Evernote installed. The popular note-taking app is available to all new and existing Samsung Wi-Fi digital camera owners in the United States. Users can download a software update to enjoy the latest integration.

The 14-megapixel Wi-Fi enabled digital camera is capable of sending photos to a smartphone or a tablet, backing up to Microsoft SkyDrive cloud storage or even e-mailing photos right from the camera. Evernote is an add-on to users who want to wirelessly sync photos to any device or computer.

"Consumers want to take great pictures that they can share with their family and friends," Ron Gazzola, Samsung's vice president of marketing for digital imaging, said in a statement. "With the addition of Evernote to Samsung's WB250F, users can now seamlessly sync their images across devices and share their photo memories with other Evernote users."

In order to use the service, the camera must be connected to a Wi-Fi network or tethered to a smartphone. Samsung has offered three months of free Evernote Premium service, which gives users up to 1GB uploads per month.

The Samsung WB250F Smart camera is priced at $249.99 at any authorized retail outlets and online. The device is available in four color variants including white, cobalt black, gun metal and red. New purchases come with Evernote Premium redemption code, which can be activated here.