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  1. I need to copy certain content from the web that may be volatile, i.e., the content may subsequently change or disappear entirely. When I use Web Clipper to copy a page at time 0, will it save (cache) this content in my Evernote folder, so that when I access it at time 1, it returns a valid copy of the web page as it existed at time 0 rather than as it may exist at time 1? Does it make any difference whether I have Basic or Premium Evernote subscription?
  2. Thanks for your responses. Unfortunately, I do not already have the older version of EN app loaded on my 2G Touch. I am just saying that on iOS Evernote requires iOS 5.0 or later and that iOS 5.0 was only released on October 12, 2011. So there are millions of 2G iPod Touches sold only about 3 years ago that cannot load EN app. In contrast, Evernote for Androad requires Android 1.6 or later. Android 1.6 was released September 2009 and as of Oct 2, 2012, only 0.1% of users were still using the earlier version or "Cupcake". (see Android Distribution Chart http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_%28operating_system%29 ). So it sounds to me like EN is more supportive of older Android devices than Apple devices. I am not saying this is EN's or Apple's "fault" and I don't disagree as to the rapid pace of innovation or Moore's Law. It's just unfortunate that I will not be able to load my favorite app onto the device.
  3. I recently noticed that my iPod Touch 2G cannot run EN, because it does not support iOS5. Because of this experience of product obsolescence, I am somewhat reluctant to replace it with a new Touch 5G. I am looking for a durable portable device that will be able to run EN for the next 10 years, not just the next 3 years. Any suggestions? I am happy to consider Android or other platforms and am willing to root the device if necessary. Thanks
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