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  1. Can you post a screenshot? And what phone do you have?
  2. Come on man. Stop with this Evernote defending and Android "bashing". V10 simply deserves bad reviews on Play Store because of all the basic issues with the app on popular Android phones. The problem is Evernote and their slow android development. V8 works on more Android devices (below A10) and it works better, so this is no excuse. V8 works fine, the v10 doesn't, because clearly they need more time for v10. The problem is, that this "more time" is taking too long.
  3. Open GBoard settings and then in the upper right corner you will have 3 dots. Tap them and then click About.
  4. Today I got an update for GBoard stable version - 10.7.05.377032818. Is it still working? 😀
  5. 1. Are you using GBoard keyboard? Here is another forum thread with the same issue:
  6. Screen touching sounds like a bug. Maybe try reinstalling the app. Sync, uninstall, install and sign-in again. If it's still the same, open the app go in the settings and open support ticket.
  7. Must be some server side editor change. I installed v10.12 and there was no jumping over when hitting spacebar.
  8. It can be the point. I don't have A12 installed (it's available in beta) so I don't know how EN v8 works on that OS version.
  9. Yeah I have a Google Pixel and will get Android 12 immediately when it launches in stable version (in September?). I'm pretty sure Evernote v10 will still be a mess in that time.
  10. The problem can happen with OS updates. Maybe Android 12 will change something up and EN v8 will no longer work. I doubt this will be the case, but still theoretically it is possible. That can be a problem, because v8 is no longer supported. So then my only option would be to install v10.
  11. The sad thing is, that v10 is marked as stable release. 😔 Good news is, that you can go back to old v8 and stay on that version for now. Sync notes and then uninstall current EN v10. Download and install v8 .APK file (this link is from Evernote support): http://evernote.s3.amazonaws.com/android/google-play/com.evernote.google-play.8.13.3.1083330.allArch.6087.apk Alternative .APK link here: https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/evernote-corporation/evernote/evernote-8-13-3-release/ When you finished installing v8. open Google Play Store search for Evernote. In upper right corner there are 3 dots. Click them and uncheck "Enable auto update". That way you will stay on v8.
  12. Yeah I was hyped for v10, because the presentations and promises were sounding really good and made sense to me (I am no expert in this field, just Evernote user). And then came the execution... A letdown. Windows version is now fine, but on Android it still is.
  13. Same here. I canceled my yearly Premium subscription auto renewal just because of the bad android app.
  14. I think a lot of us on this forum reported this problem to support. So they should be very aware of it. I think this is good thinking. The problem is, that other apps on my phone are working fine with GBoard. For me it's just Evernote that is the problematic one. I say vote with the wallet. Don't pay for a premium subscription if you think Evernote experience is not "premium". IMO at the moment on Android it is not worth paying for a subscription.
  15. Well I tried to help you. I didn't even check if link is still working (that was not the point). I don't need a "direct link to the download" v8 apk. You do and I told you where you can get it. At this point all I can say is: Good luck!
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