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  1. Searching for multiple items are not hilited in iOS 8.3.356604. E.g. Searching for apples finds apples and hilites same in searched notes. Whereas searching for apples oranges finds notes with both apples and oranges but no longer hilites same in searched notes.
  2. This release either was not beta'd or was beta'd by a few non-power users. With that comment I am sorry if I offend anyone. I am a premium user, have 26K notes, and rely on Evernote as my brain prothesis. However, with this release 8.01, I had no choice but to downgrade (really upgrade) to a previous version of Evernote. This all gives me much concern over the leadership of Evernote and where Evernote is headed. To release a version — especially touted as an upgrade — that is such a fail is abysmal.
  3. Thought I would try the latest release and installed Evernote_RELEASE_6.10_454267.dmg. Result = a bit better than version 6.7.1 but the SAME problem still exists! Uninstalled 6.10 & reinstalled 6.6.1. Now, just like back in July, I am happily back to the old, responsive Evernote. VERY FRUSTRATING!
  4. Very frustrating problem! Out of desperation I found the only solution was to downgrade to version 6.6.1 (Evernote_RELEASE_6.6.1_453372.dmg). Required a complete uninstall of 6.7.1. FWIW I used AppZapper to do the uninstall. Now I am happily back to the old, responsive Evernote I came to love and then so sorely missed ツ
  5. Well i spoke too soon! A week later both of my Macs are right back where they were. Only much worse than before. Perhaps my 25,000 notes is stretching the indexing limits of the program??
  6. Rebuilding the database seems to have solved the problem for me as well. On both my iMac and MacBook Air.
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