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rickhuizinga

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  1. I wish the page scanner function would not reduce the resolution of the saved photos. My phone's camera is 8MP, but the saved images are less than 1MP.
  2. I'm happy to see the addition of the page scanner function in the Android Evernote app, but noticed a few shortcomings after using it for the first time: 1) I wish it would save full resolution versions of the picture in the note. My smartphone's camera is about 8MP, but the saved pictures are less than 1MP. This really limits the ability for OCR to work on the "scanned" image, and to see crisp, clear text. 2) I wish the page scanner would save multiple images in the same order the pictures were taken. When "scanning" a multi-page document, it's currently very difficult to read the document when the pages are out of order. 3) I wish the page scanner had the option to save the "scanned" document as a PDF file attachment. This makes it easier to share and print.
  3. It would be fantastic if Evernote for Android had an inline PDF viewer. Most of my notes are scanned PDFs, so an inline PDF viewer would make Evernote for Android so much easier and faster to use.
  4. +1 I would like to add my vote to this feature request. This would be very handy on Android tablets.
  5. Yes, yes, please make this change. The source data is stored on the web - the local copy is just a local cache. Plus, placing the database file in the Documents folder causes incompatibilities with file synchronization software such as FolderShare. I.e. I cannot run Evernote and FolderShare at the same time - I need to specify the database location to be in a non-monitored folder. Because the Documents is for MY documents, I need to monitor it for synchronization.
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