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Le Noir Faineant

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  1. Thank you for the quick reply! So, this would mean that I could only use Evernote via my browser if I switched to an OS from the Linux family? And that I couldn't kick Android off my phone and tablet if I wanted to, either? And what about the material I read about - Nixnote, etc?
  2. Hi, (I am aware that the web almost overfloweth with info on the topic, but none of it seemed to be all too clear, and all to up-to-the-day.) So, I want to change my entire business network to Red Hat Linux, but I don't want to miss out on Evernote. What stable and reliable options would I have to run Evernote via Linux? Thank you very much, and pardon if this is sort of a "toddler question". Rafe
  3. Hey, I am using the latest version of Evernote for Android on my Sony Xperia Z5. Everything seems to work fine, but the voice recording function seems gone. Am I having a case of the stupid, or is the function somehow not available any more? Thanks, Rafe
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