Another workaround: using CloudHQ, sync Evernote with Google Drive. The sync can render your evernote files as PDFs, which are zoomable (and so viewable) and easily annotatable on my Surface. It works - the PDF rendering is better than one could expect - but it is not ideal, as the intelligent search capabilities of Evernote (and your tags) are lost in the translation. You can retain some structure, though, as your notebooks will become subdirectories. As a long-time Evernote Premium subscriber, I too am frustrated. (And I find myself increasingly irritated as Evernote focuses on marketing hipster schlock rather than fixing its core service and satisfying its core customers).