Reviewing 18.104.22.16829 (Aug 26, 2011)
Nice updates. This version is better.
Reviewing 22.214.171.12400 (Feb 23, 2011)
I recently started using Evernote and its "free" storage space is severely limited. I have over 4000 pics on my iphone and have used only half the iphone capacity. I uploaded 166 pics from the iphone to Evernote, used 99% of Evernote upload capacity and recieved a warning notice that Evernote utilization would be restricted until the next cycle. From a practical standpoint Evernotes data restriction allows only 2% utilization of my iphones capacity per month. With this strict data limitation, it is more functional to use my iphone, ipad, and laptops and "Forget Evernote".
Reviewing 126.96.36.19913 (Dec 29, 2010)
I'm moving back to 3.5. Apparently 4.0 doesn't allow you to use it unless you are signed in and working online. Sorry but no clouds for me.
Reviewing 188.8.131.5280 (Oct 27, 2010)
Brilliant. This new version is so much snappier and the fonts are finally readable (due to them ditching .net and WPF apparently).
Seeing as it's now back to C++ i'd like to see them make this portable again just like the old 2.x and 3.1.x versions.
Reviewing 184.108.40.20672 (Aug 8, 2010)
Yes that looks like close to being fully usable. Can be used to print nice pdf files also. But one small problem I still face is, an open note does not scroll when I use the scroll strip on the right side of my track pad in my HP G60 laptop.
I still maintain that this app needs some more fine tuning with the ability to define how text must scroll around pictures, instead of just above and below them. That should make it the greatest app ever for note taking.
I frequently take notes and export them to mht format to send to my friends. In its present form, the app wastes a lot of space around the sides of pictures, which makes a note unnecessarily long.
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