I'm loving it... but I love Hindi also. I am a 'plus subscriber' and I love this app. It has made my life easier and worths my 5 stars rating. 'Extracting text from an image' is among it's great features but I am not quite happy with it because it doesn't support Hindi language. My 99% notes are in Hindi. @Developer Team : How can you ignore a billion peoples language?? ... Looking forward to an update.
Love the app, but since you changed your licensing and pricing policy to 2 devices only for free and forcing me to pay for 3 or more devices, I decided to check out other apps and found Google Keep (it's free for many devices). It's not as powerful as Evernote, but it does get the job done and I found that I no longer need to use Evernote. Please consider returning back to your old policy sooner rather than later. It's only a matter of time before Keep adds text formatting to their app and then your pricing model will cause you to lose a lot of customers.
Merge is required Look, I am an Evernote loyalist and have been for a number of years now. Brilliant and reliable way of managing a paperless life and @research. But I am going to leave each update a bad review until devs incorporate the merge function into mobile apps. It is too important a feature to be constrained to only the desktop client and pre-beta web interface.
Liked old features I used to LOVE EN for taking handwritten notes as the App had a very good window to write in with your stylus, it then converted your handwriting to text. This feature no longer works in the main note taking area of a text note. If you are using a samsung you can change your keyboard settings to recognize the stylus handwriting. However it does not recognize letters as well as EN did and handwriting is awkward and innefficient. I feel that EN has removed its most useful feature and am very uset that I can no longer handwrite notes easily.
Was good, 2 device limit defeats the point I'll look for something new soon. For basic functionality, there should be free/ad/one-time purchase. I'm sure monthly subscriptions will be a big cash cow for them, but they will surely be eclipsed by other companies with customers that can recognise good value for money. Worst case, I'll go back to emailing myself. Evermore is clearly in the same industry as gmail and dropbox, who don't limit number of devices. UPDATE: I recommend simple note, works with Samsung split screen.
Love love love this app but... Love it. I write my presentation more of by hand then take photos of them to create a digital presentation. Since the last update this process has been problematic. I take about 8-9 document photos in a batch but when they are loaded into my note they are often being place out of order. Please fix for 5 stars
* Improved stability and performance
* Squashed a bunch of bugs!!
Microsoft OneNote is your notebook for capturing what's important in your life