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.
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.
Great Tool for Writers I've been using Evernote for quite a while and nothing has made organizing ideas for stories easier, especially when making notes for NaNoWriMo. I really like how I can use it across platforms, so I'm always able to add ideas if I'm using my phone, tablet or PC.
No native fingerprint support APIs for fingerprint support have been out for years now, will change to 5 stars once you start using them.
My go to app for all things text or document related. Doesn't disappoint and just keeps getting better. My only feature request is printing from the app.
Add a star to my rating by adding font size option! My notes are big and its a bit frustrating to scroll up and down to view it. Wish if i could make font size smaller.. but thats just me i guess :_)
* 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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