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  1. 'specialized' shouldn't be a barrier though - audio control in EverNote would be an outstanding accessibility feature and would keep me using it. the app has now got such poor colour contrast in the mobile versions that I only use it on my desktop. Flexible audio control could position EN as the 'go to' for people with poor vision or no vision, who don't want to have to work with highly structured specialized apps for to-do lists that are separate from note-taking, capturing web content, etc. There used to be a great software pkg called InfoCentral that allowed all kinds of content to be linked by any type of conxn - that's what I want, a grab-bag that can also be a to-do list. I've complained about Evernote's pink/green scheme in mobile on Twitter, by the way, hoping to get a rise..l
  2. very surprised the Windows app seems to have NO function to reverse colours or change contrast, size of fonts, etc. I have low vision, I know many tens of thousands of us do, but this ver of a major app seems WAY behind the times. any comments? plans to upgrade? I can't say I will adopt this platform in my business with this limitation. haven't tried Mac version yet, but hesitate to bother since the Windows experience is, uh, sub-par (i.e. I cannot access information in Evernote). Web app is okay, though I'd prefer the standalone for its purported functionality.
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