Finally, I thought I was the only one. The people who run Evernote are capital I Incompetent. I'm sorry. I don't want to be mean. Software developers and UX designers have their own struggles when running complicated apps like this, and it's never easy work. That said, Evernote has officially exhausted any understanding I might have for them. They continue to make the wrong moves, disregarding feedback and mismanaging priorities. I'm inclined to believe the people managing this company are either malicious or stupid, and have completely run out of any and all sympathy for them.
I'm having a similar problem on my Galaxy Note 8. It seems to be related to the phone's predictive text function, which causes the note to actually type a weird, jumbled version of the word the phone underlined. This happens even if auto-replace is disabled. It also happens on both the mainstream and beta versions of the app. This happens any time I go back and edit existing text. This makes correcting mistakes a NIGHTMARE. To tell you the truth, I now realize Evernote has a much bigger problem. This service is notorious for how little it values user feedback, and after 4 mont