Neat idea, but let-down by no Linux support. An application like Evernote is only as useful as the service behind it, and the service behind a concept like Evernote is only as useful as the availability of an application or program to connect to said service... Which is where Evernote fails - it is not natively available for Linux-based operating systems (such as Ubuntu). Sure, the Android application works well enough - but when the only way to access Evernote under a Linux-based operating system is via a Web browser, it quickly looses its appeal.
While you are at it... Please allow connection with the Helium backup application. It would help in disaster recovery. Both my wife and I love your app. and use it several times a day. (BTW: we are retired and in our seventies) Keep up the good work!
Evernote I did like it but it keeps playing up on me when I type letters or numbers and the $ simble so I am not going to used it Any more. I have been using it over 2 years now and looking for a new note thing to take over from you guys.
Frequently crashing Situation has become worse with the new update. Its getting crashed every now and then. Afterwards u can't open the app. U will have to uninstall and then reinstall it. Pls help, its becoming pathetic.
Used to use it everyday. This was one of the few apps I use everyday both on desktop and phone. Taking away functions to become premium and not as quick or smart as Google Keep, Evernote is having a hard time keeping up with competition.
Updated review: I find this ap's constant need for updates as annoying as my family's useless ios devices. I'm migrating to Google Keep so I don't have to deal with Evernote's consistently growing lag.
* App shortcuts: search, take text notes, audio notes, and camera notes directly from the home screen
* Note stats: view word, character, line, and paragraph counts for your notes
* Improvements to auto-focus in our camera
* Squashed a bunch of bugs!
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