Level 5* JMichaelTX 4,105 Posted January 4, 2014 Level 5* Share Posted January 4, 2014 Evernote Focus: New Features/New Users vs Fewer Bugs Some of us have been complaining for over a year now that the Evernote development/release process has had a major change in focus/philosophy. It has been quite clear to me that Evernote places much more value in getting out new releases than in fixing existing bugs and reducing the number of new bugs introduced with the release. It would seem that Evernote is doing this order to get/keep the attention of the tech review/blogger community, and thereby continue to attract new users/customers. Well, it looks like this flawed policy is finally being publicly recognized by this same community: As Warner Crocker from GottaBeMobile.com wrote: Simply put, the focus on adding new features and attracting more users takes precedence over making sure software is working correctly. I don’t think you can draw any other reasonable conclusion. I’m guessing this is a resource issue. Maybe I should say I’m hoping it is a resource issue. The alternative wouldn’t be that welcome to contemplate. Beware Of Buggy Evernote, Which Seems To Have Privacy And Audio IssuesEvernote Bugs Indicative of Larger Issues in Mobile Tech Evernote, the bug-ridden elephant | jasonkincaid.net Link to comment
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