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Except you can, as I was doing it fine until it suddenly realised and told me that my browser was too old/unsupported, then that evernote web specifically is not unusable iPad. This is ridiculous and one of only two things; yet another attempt to push people into the app so they can’t circumvent the completely unjustified and blatant money-grubbing device limit, or a reflection of the quality of the product that they expect people to pay for. Currently the only reason I’m still bothering with Evernote (apart from not having the time to fully migrate & use the much kinder and generous alternatives) is the web version. I have many devices, but I refuse to pay for something that used to be free and has no justifiable reason to suddenly cost money. Upload limits etc., sure, but i don’t need any of those premium features or i’d pay. There is no technical or practical reason for extra devices being limited, it’s pure corporate greed from a once respectable company that’s slowly strangling itself. 

 

Anyway, I digress & waste my breath. This company’s profits come from people for whom $10 a month is nothing, but that is not me, so my needs are not of interest to profits and customer satisfaction. I just kindly request that the web version be “made compatible” with iPad, I do not want to use the app as that means I have to pay, no ifs and buts about it.

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41 minutes ago, neurongrower said:

Except you can, as I was doing it fine until it suddenly realised and told me that my browser was too old/unsupported, then that evernote web specifically is not unusable iPad.

Confirmed, we've always been able to use the web version on an iPad

For older browsers, we have to switch to desktop mode with a longpress of the refresh key in the address boxD67BFEF8-15D0-4A30-917F-9CBA594E2D31.jpeg.05342e5dfe36005c0684a509a22d7b13.jpeg

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In general all iPads that run with the new iPadOS (which is iOS 13 and above) will behave as a desktop browser by itself. Here the login will work by only typing in evernote.com, and use the login credentials.

On every iPad that can not run iOS 13, the browser is identified as a mobile browser. Then it works like DTLow showed in his post. This has not changed, before iOS 13 it was always necessary to switch to the desktop version of the browser to start EN.

So both ways, no need to complain here. It did work on the iPad, and it still works, if one knows about the OS-side limitations of the device. It is like no computer, and it is (still) no computer !

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