Posted 27 May 2013 - 12:17 PM
Well the bad news is you won't be able to move much of Evernote to the SD card - AFAIK current versions of Android can't save the database anywhere but internal memory. But you can clear the decks by moving any pictures and multimedia files you have to SD to create space. You can also limit your local database to relevant stuff, and put non-essential items into a database that you'll download if necessary rather than have on local search.
I use Evernote constantly but don't speak for them. Opinions here are my own based (more or less) on age, experience, and common business sense.
Evernote read what's posted here, and take it into consideration setting priorities; they don't normally comment on individual cases, or offer any forecasts or promises on whether or when a new feature might be released.
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