The short answer is yes! Any primer set that works with SYBR-Green should be easily adapted for EvaGreen ddPCR. In addition, TaqMan® probes that can be detected in the FAM or VIC/HEX channels can also be used with the QX200.
Two things to note are:
(i) The linear range of ddPCR (10-100,000 copies) is lower than for qPCR (100-10^9 copies) and it can therefore be easily overloaded. It is recommended that you use 10-50x less cDNA template for gene expression assays than you would use in qPCR assays, especially if your template is abundant.
(ii) Genomic DNA may need to be pre-digested. Often this can be performed in the PCR reaction buffer prior to droplet generation.
HOWEVER if you are designing a new set of primers specifically for ddPCR there are some differences between primer design for ddPCR and for qPCR. BioRad provides some tips here: http://www.bio-rad.com/en-us/applications-technologies/planning-droplet-digital-pcr-experiments.