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Tabbykat

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  1. Does anyone know if there is every going to be a Linux client? The ability to import files easily via an import folder would be most useful.
  2. If iOS users are complaining about their client relative to the Android client, then all this says to me is that Evernote needs to develop one client and port them over to all the different platforms at once. Developing different clients on different platforms is just stupid and is a recipe for complaints from everyone. I, for one, am not going to stop complaining about missing features that should be in the Android client. Workarounds should NOT be needed - these feature should be in every client as standard.
  3. AzDayton Unfortunately your post sums up Evernote's reaction to Android. They claim that they develop their app separately on different platforms but they don't seem to have many (if any) Android developers to introduce new features (especially as you've discovered those features that are on iOS and should obviously be brought to Android). I have tried contacting Evernote's CEO via Twitter but was just ignored.
  4. I too find it very insulting to be told for at least 18 months that there is going to be a version of Penultimate for android. Evernote need to either employ more android developers or sack the existing ones as they are obviously useless! I will soon looking for a replacement for Evernote as I now believe that Evernote doesn't want Android users.
  5. Yes I know that but it's not particularly user-friendly, is it? Especially if one makes much use of offline notebooks. All I'm asking for is for parity between iOS & Android (and Windows & OSX) in Evernote products! Having different features in different clients just seems pointless.
  6. Actually I would say that not implementing a feature that is already on iOS after reviewing it is even more ridiculous and is a slap in the face for Android users!
  7. Along with some features of Evernote that aren't implemented for Android devices, the lack of Penultimate for Android seems to indicate that Evernote doesn't care about Android users. I hope and wish that I am proved wrong in the very near future!
  8. It is ridiculous that it was first stated by a Evernote employee in 2011 that they were looking at implementing feature on Android.
  9. Is there any word on whether (or even if) switching between accounts on an Android device is ever going to be enabled? This is a major showstopper for me (along with colleagues) using Evernote a lot since we all have personal and work-related accounts.
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