I hope I can get a few words in as someone who started this thread. Alas, I don't think anyone at Evernote is listening. I was very curious of the direction Evernote would take when I made my first post here. It was a robust multi-platform research tool, let down by an inadequate Chrome clipper. Heather, thank you once again for sorting that out. Now I have seen Evernote upgrades on iOS, Android, MacOS and Windows. With every update, Evernote becomes less stable, introduces more idiotic UI "enhancements" and becomes less usable. iPad version is now so buggy as to be practically useless. Same goes for Android phone version. Desktop Evernote is still Ok, but with the current direction I am not sure that this is going to last. I championed Evernote whenever I could, because it satisfied a demand no-one else did, and it satisfied it so well. I recommended it to my corporate clients because I mistakenly thought that the company behind it has long-term goals. It is very sad to see Evernote degenerate into a mess of endless cosmetic "improvements" serving no purpose, chasing new "trial" subscribers at the expense of revenue-bringing customers. I am still using Evernote personally, but I have just deleted it from the offer for a 4000+ seat knowledge management solution. Cannot trust you again, Evernote, sorry.