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  1. It would be great if Evernote included Arabic language in the supported languages for search in documents. along with real RTL support in the PC, Mac and mobile clients
  2. i can confirm that Evernote is now accessible. This back end update restored the service Now for the aftermath my irrelevant personal thoughts: In those 20 days of blackout from Evernote my productivity took a severe hit, one can't imagine how being dependent on a workflow and lose it feel. It feels darn bad.. I even tried to switch to OneNote but since a lot of things needed extra clicks and found that many things missing it didn't feel like home to me. Though OneNote has a solid RTL and Arabic OCR support which EN misses. but the mobile app is a joke. I took a step back and thought about going retro and bare bones with simple "File/Folder" mechanism, to untie my self from any ecosystem. I didn't like it either Yes.. there is a place for more improvements and concerns about company pricing, privacy and future, But nothing is simple and smooth as EN. it is the best software in its field.
  3. My story summed up excatly. Except I'm in Sudan I'm a premium member. And depended on Evernote in everything. Suddenly you face this disappointing situation of bieng left out
  4. Well Amazon AWS. Are definitely usable here aren't they both governed by the same jurisdiction. Also it's Evernote responsibility to keep there users acess world wide Google cloud blocking usage are over complaying to US regulations. Why they do keep Gmail & Gdrive usable from sudan
  5. Posted Google cloud platform blocks usage from countries that was embargoed by U.S. government which is clearly over complying since the embargo it self is lifted on digital services. Amazon AWS doesn't ammend such policies and can be used from anywhere in the world
  6. Google cloud platform blocks Sudanese IP's. so not Evernote or any service hosted on it will be able to used from here.. KhanAcademy for instance isn't accessible in Sudan I didn't know about the migration a week ago when i couldn't sync my notes. Been with support but I don't think they have a clue of what is happening, but when i read this announcement i knew why i can't access Evernote and why it wouldn't work again for me At least you could've moved to a provider that doesn't block usage depending on your country.. like AWS!! or till your international users about where it isn't usable
  7. Well tough luck for me. And for every Evernote user who'll visit Sudan Google platform blocks Sudanese IP's. so not Evernote or any service hosted on it will be able to used from here.. KhanAcademy for instance I didn't know about the migration a week ago when i couldn't sync my notes. Been with support but I don't think they have a clue of what is happening, but when i read this announcement i knew why i can't access Evernote and why it wouldn't work again for me Been a user since 2011 Moving is going to be a pain
  8. still having the problem on v 7.0.2.304425 only on iPhone 4 with iOS7 seems to work normal on the iPad mini critical bug that make note taking a hell of a task
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