Why all these limitations developers put in their apps? It's ridiculous. I'm currently using OneNote 2010 with OneNote Mobile 14 (the old versions) syncing through SkyDrive. The new OneNote 2013 is great but when I installed it, the so-called "freemium" version, it killed all the features that I had in OneNote 2010 like Outlook integration and the only way I can get that back is to buy Office 2013. Hell no. I uninstalled OneNote 2013. I was going to stay with old OneNote but I looked into Evernote. I liked what I saw and installed Evernote desktop. It's fantastic. It even integrates nicely in Outlook 2010. Now all that was needed for a marriage made in heaven is the Evernote Mobile. I thought, this is the answer to all my prayers. I haven't even gotten around to installing the Evenote Mobile and this thread caught my eye. I can't believe that a sophisticated piece of software like Evernote, it's mobile version doesn't have such a simple functionality. At least on OneNote Mobile 14, you are able to delete pages. If you can do it in OneNote, why not Evernote?