FrankNewman 0 Posted March 22, 2013 Share Posted March 22, 2013 I pretty much mostly use the windows version of Evernote Premium with the vast majority of notebooks stored locally, though obviously use my mobile version if out and about. However, I notice there is only offline access available in mobile versions. Offline access would seem more logical on a PC than in a mobile device and would make Evernote all the more useful on laptops where maybe there is no web access. A standalone version of Evernote for PC would be great too, without the sync abilities of course and with a one off purchase price opposed to subscription based, failing that a lifetime premium purchase offer :-) This would make Evernote excellent competition for Microsoft OneNote which can be purchased as a standalone software for £39.99 and I am currently also trialing in order to decide between the two products. I prefer Evernote to OneNote since it has the user interface X-Factor. A second request, would be the ability to Stack, Stacks, to further organize my ebooks, yes you can create notebooks and organize within stacks, but a Stacks within a Stack, (perhaps could be called a library) would make organization even better. I know you can organize with tags, but it does not take long for you to end up with a neverending list of tags. A Final request, again for the Premium version, would be the ability to redact PDF files. Anyway great product, if you could in a future version of Evernote Premium for Windows, include offline access, that would make the software perfect for me. Andy Link to comment
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