I didnt want to love it I kept hearing about Evernote and it was everywhere and I wanted to be stubborn and pointlessly resistant so I didn't try it for quite a while. But after trying and uninstalling 17, yes 17, other note apps I finally tried this. And of course it is amazing and has features I didbt even know I really wanted. Its so versatile and quick. Stupid, awesome Evernote. ....
Handy to have, let down by no Linux support. An application like Evernote is only as useful as the service behind it, and the service behind it is only as useful as the availability of the application - seeing as Evernote is not natively available for Linux-based operating systems, this means that Evernote is severely limited in its usefulness. As an Android application, it works great... But due to its lack of availability for Linux-based operating systems, it is considerably inferior to solutions like Dropbox, which DO support Linux.
Love it Evernote is a tool for success. Honestly, if i used it more often and ingrained it more efficiently into my lifestyle,I'd be more successful.
Overrated. Over-hyped. Anachronistic. Disapppointing, under-powered, confusing. Bad UX. Bad sync. Bad editing. Jumping erratic layouts on save and edit. Bad rich text support. Silly notebook stack concept.
If you like making lists... A simple, easy, quick app to use for making lists. I'm sure it does other groovy things too.
Too many features I just want a simple, cross platform app, can you please give me a way of disabling all this work chat sharing stuff and recording notes
Improved offline notebook support
- Now it’s easier to manage and display offline notebooks
- Enhanced user interface to align with material design
Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements
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