jfkaess 28 Posted February 9, 2013 Share Posted February 9, 2013 I have been using and been a Premium user of Evernote for almost 3 years. I depend on Evernote, and use it on Windows and iPad. I also have begun using Skitch, Penultimate and Hello as well as several 3rd party iOS apps which integrate to Evernote (Fastever XL, FE Snap, vJournal, Clever HD, and Scanner Pro) I love the capabilities of Evernote and its associated products. I love the multi-platform approach. I appreciate like having all of my information available on any platform and online whenever and wherever I need it. I love the 100 year approach for the future. Here is my chief concern: Evernote as a company has a philosophy of development which seems to have intentionally decided that it is better to continually add features to all of it's products BEFORE squashing the bugs in current versions. I love new features, but because Evernote is so central to everything I do, I am extremely frustrated by this philosophy. Let me elaborate. Here is what it looks like from my perspective: You release a new version of one of your products. I has some bugs and or problems. You then release an update which fixes/squashes some or most of the problems, but at the same time you add new features and create NEW bugs/problems. Lather. rinse, repeat -- ad infinitum. The result? There is almost NEVER a fully functioning version of most of your products that users can depend on to be reliable and bug free. To me, this is a flawed philosophy and I would love to see Evernote be more intentional in fixing bugs/problems BEFORE adding new features. John Kaess Link to comment
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