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I don't want the app to clog my storage with cached data. I want the web app to continue working like it did before you disabled it. Not cool! Time to check out OneNote? I'll miss you after paying you each month for the last several years!

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Hey @Kentprimrose,

Thank you for posting and I hear you on this. Evernote Web is a good option for your notes, but it is not designed for mobile devices. Having said that, if you really want to use the Evernote Website, try Request desktop site in the Chrome browser when viewing the Evernote Website. It does work as an option, but you will be missing out on the applications functionality.

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On 12/4/2016 at 10:37 PM, Kentprimrose said:

I don't want the app to clog my storage with cached data.

Just for the sake of clarity, the Android app does not download your notes to the phone, only enough information to display lists, tags, etc. Each note is downloaded as you access it, but is not stored on the phone. Thus it does not take up a great deal of space.

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