At this rate, the answer to that is a big "nope".
I got Evernote so I could collate all of my personal records. This is very efficiently done with PDFs, except that local OSs aren't great at searching scanned PDFs. Evernote provides this functionality, so it's obvious they can open and parse these documents, but they haven't bothered to make a light-weight in-app reader to quickly reference details on documents. Instead, as others have said, you're required to download and check each document for the element your're looking for.
The single value Evernote was providing to me was OCR searching of scanned documents. Lack of a streamlined preview functionality breaks the workflow efficiency that OCR searches otherwise would provide in searching a large library of often redundant documents.
I believe this to be a reasonable request given that there is obviously community demand. I would be less inclined to complain if I weren't paying for a service that I feel does not provide the streamlined workflow that is advertised: Go paperless and be able to access and search your documents easily.