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Rodrigo Carneiro

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  1. This synchronization boundary between two devices only forces us to pay pay for the service. The problem is not paying for the tool because it is good and the price is right. The problem is pay to use third-party tool, since Evernote has no native client on Linux. I mentioned this in this post: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/97236-changes-to-evernote’s-pricing-plans/?page=68#comment-414841
  2. An application for the Chrome browser that works offline, could replace a native application for Linux. As already exists for Chrome OS, I'm rooting for them to make one for the Chrome Browser. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/evernote/dhfolfjkgpeaojbiicgheljefkfbbfkc
  3. Rodrigo, have you taken a look at the NeverNote application mentioned above? Evernote themselves actually recommend that app. It's possibly your best bet for Evernote on Linux at the moment. I used the NeverNote / NixNote for about two years, but formatted for Ubuntu 14.10 version and, coincidentally or not, NixNote crashed. I searched in forums and it seems that the problem is related to the encryption method used by Evernote. After installing version 1.5, I could not log in to my Evernote account. The login window opens and then closes then. Beta 2 was not installed because they lacked some dependencies on my Ubuntu. I found that there is NeighborNote, which is based on NixNote / NeverNote, but it disappears every time I restart the machine. http://puma.cis.ibaraki.ac.jp/products/neighbornote/en/index.html#home Honestly, I am very frustrated because of that, because no third party application is to be compared to the official Evernote. I installed through Wine and also by Crossover, but always happen any errors. I've used the Everpad, but it is not supported for a long time and because of that, has many bugs. I did not get to test the Android version on Chrome, but I prefer to avoid it because it implies open security holes and stability in the browser. I always see people in that forum (including the Portuguese version) requesting a Linux version. On Linux forums I also see people complaining. If you had a web app to run offline in the Chrome browser, just as it has for Chrome OS, would solve almost all problems. Is there any interest and foresight to create this web app?
  4. Honestly, I'm pretty frustrated with Evernote because it has no version for Linux, even after so many requests from the community. I want to upgrade to my Evernote account and not done so far because it has this support. It is possible to make an app for the Chrome web browser, just as there is for Chrome OS? https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/evernote/dhfolfjkgpeaojbiicgheljefkfbbfkc?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon It would be an interesting alternative, since it also runs offline.
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