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Buenos días a todos: Dispongo de una cuenta de suscripción desde el año 2012, si dos mil doce, tengo un móvil android normal y corriente desde hace tres años y un ipad algo más antiguo, todo funciona perfectamente sin embargo ninguna nueva actualización de Evernote es compatible con esos dispositivos, mi reflexión por tanto es ¿para que quiero mejorar el plan y pasar a un Evernote Personal si no voy a poder usarlo? ¿Por qué no se hace una versión menos potente pero actualizada para los que disponemos de dispositivos antiguos? ¿Cada vez que Evernote haga mejoras tendré que cambiar de móvil, ipad, pc, etc.? Creo que me va a salir un poco caro, y creo por tanto que Evernote debería cuidar algo más a los que llevamos años apoyando el proyecto, como muchas veces en la sociedad parece que "los viejos" ya no interesamos.

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The plans work the same on all sort of devices. We run an EN client v10 on an iPad Air from 2014 - it is the same software that runs on our iPad Pro 10.5 that is years younger. There is no need to upgrade any device, as long as it can run iOS 13 (this is the iPad Air 2 from 2014. or the iPhone 6S / 6S+ from 2015) or Android 10.

What Android 10 means is a bit fuzzy, because every maker runs his own updating policy. This reaches from non existing to a 2+2 policy for upgrades plus security updates.  It in general you should be able to run the new EN clients on pretty much every device that is not completely outdated.

To make a version with less demand on system resources would not work. There are already claims that v10 is too slow. This would only get worse when a „reduced“ client would be made available.

If your devices tend to be slow, then check if you can offload anything (apps, data, other waste). Giving room in the memory for breathing doe sever do any harm. 5GB or more of free memory ist the minimum . And yes, switch your device off from time to time, to clean out RAM memory.

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