well designed app! Evernote are a top-tier cross platform design company, and this app reflects that. Open a note on your phone. Lock the phone screen - the note appears on your watch. This is exactly what you want... no mucking around on the watch. A use case: create a shopping list on the phone. Lock the screen. When you're in the market - there it is on your watch: flick left, scroll through the items an in your basket they go. Or you want a series of speaking notes on your wrist: Write them as a note. Lock the screen and bam... scroll through as the meeting proceeds to make sure you raise each issue you wanted to.
This isn't working for me. When I press "To Dos", it shows, "Fetching to do notes", but never does. I get an alert saying "Can't fetch to do notes. Are you connected to the Internet?" (I am). When I press "Find" and say the name of the note I want it to find, the app just closes without any notice. I finally figured out that I have to swipe up after the app closes to see the note. This is version 0.9. Hopefully version 1.0 will work better.
Too limited to be useful I keep a lot of notes in Evernote but, for my watch, I only ever use it for my shopping list. This worked fine on my Pebble (though slow) but, on my Moto360, I can only pull up a checklist of 30 items max. Am I supposed to re-order my list every time just to make sure that the items I need are in the first 30? And what if, gods forbid, I have more than 30 things to buy? And why isn't my most-recently edited list at the top?
Good, but could be better [Feature Request] Gets all my notes and lets me quickly add them, but for example, I have pictures and such spread throughout my notes. When I open them up on my watch I can't see the pictures between the text. I just see them somewhat in the background. Please make it so that the pictures are actually embedded in the text the way I view them on my computer. Thanks
Really needs work I use Evernote over Google Keep - Evernote is actually being promoted by Google right now for it's "Android Apps on Chrome" development, so I've decided to integrate myself into it, but the experience on Android Wear is really bad, and really slow. When I want to see a note on my watch, it's way too slow so instead I open it on my phone. An eternity later, the note appears. What gives?
Useful, but could be better. You need to think through the UX/use-cases more thoroughly. Maybe by providing options so that the user actually knows what is going on. It's not clear to me why a notification sometimes (but not always) shows up on my watch for notes I recently looked at. It seems deliberate, but rarely something I actually want. The app on the watch has some useful functions but can be hard to actually use to find the note I want. It always just shows the three top search results, and shows them as notifications. If I find the note I want I have to dismiss the other two notifications. If I don't find the note I want I can't refine the search, or see more than the top 3 results. I think it would be more helpful to show all search results as a list inside the app, then show a notification for a note only once a particular note is selected. Then I can see all the results, and I don't end up with notifications I don't want. One last thing: the screen wake lock never times out of the main app, which is unnecessary for this kind of application.
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