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  1. Living in an android environment, I would also enjoy this feature veeery much! Right now I use Google Now for stuff like this, but I'd like to keep everything in one application. In addition to ScottLougheed's post above, I found an app called "WHEREvernote", which works on iOS and Android. Anyone tried it yet? It only has ~25 ratings on Google Play, that's what makes me a bit sceptical.
  2. Nope, those are all I've got (Action, big, small). Already tried to reinstall/update everything. Anyway, your solution also doesn't fulfill my needs, since you have a list of notes. I wanted the whole content of one certain note to be displayed. Like StickyNotes does for Windows PCs (http://hosting.edo-soft.com/stickynotes/) Seems like there isn't a way to do this on Android right now. Thanks for your help!
  3. That's the default Evernote widget, isn't it? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evernote.widget&hl=en Yes, I know, I can choose the 4x2 widget and select a notebook, a saved search or my reminders to be showing up in the widget. But there are so much limitations to this! There are ALWAYS 3 Notes showing. And it's tiny. What I am asking for (and from the web I know plenty of users are wishing for the same) is a 4x4 (or any custom size, depending on the needs) widget, that just shows the content of ONE, single note. Something like a sticky note! As far as I know, that's not possible with the default android widget I linked above.
  4. Hey there! I'm using Evernote as my main tool for GTD. But something's missing for me on android. There isn't a widget, that shows me ONE WHOLE note on my home screen. Of course I could make a shortcut to a note on my homescreen, but I really want to see what's in there without opening the application. For example: I sometimes forget that I have to go to the supermarket after work. But if there were a 4x4 widget on my screen, screaming: MILK! BEANS! CORN! I would notice it. I searched the internet for my concern, seams like many people have the same. Since there is no way to accomplish this with the official Evernote Widget for Android, is there a third party app? Or a work-around? Thanks for your help! BTW, my current workaround: I share the note and copy the URL. Then I use the Meta Widget for android, which gives me a widget showing a custom Website from the internet, where I put in the URL for my note. But first of all, this doesn't really work, the header of the note (Its name, shared by *user*, last edited...) takes up too much space. And second, I don't want to share alll my privat notes...
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