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  1. Well this is exactly what I did already as stated in my previous post. Also I'm a long time premium user and I was aware that the search is premium feature in Evernote touch. Still thanks Gazumped for your reply . In the mean time I got my answer from Evernote support as well and it turns out that it's a known bug and they are working to fix it. The weird part is that it seems that no one has reported this here till now. And this is weird because the search part is...like the or one of the best features in EN. So I guess that a lot of people that have never used the other mobile versions don't know what to expect and this is sad. A long time ago I was trying here ,on this forum,to get EN to not stop the development of the Symbian version . And now I have some sort of déjà vu but this time its not about a dying OS but one that has plenty of users and there still is a huuge gap between EN touch and the Android/iOs. And that's a shame.
  2. Hello, I've recently bought a Surface 2 tablet and the first software that I've installed was Evernote. Huge disappointment compared to Android and iOs!! But what I need help with is the search function.....I can't find it . There is a search function after swiping from right but it can't be it because it's useless and I mean it finds nothing! Maybe I'm doing something wrong.. Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks
  3. The problem is that when annotating a photo you had a Choice to either replace the original or to save it someplace else. And that's the beauty of choice it can satisfy different people with different needs. Not to mention that there has to be some consistency in Skitch, right?
  4. Hi, Great update indeed! Still I don't get why the annotated .pdf files are saved as a separated Skitch note instead of replacing the original file. Thx
  5. To allow manual installations I think you need to go to settings>security>and there tick "unknown sources".This is how it is on my samsung but on your HTC things might be a bit different .
  6. Hi Linda, The .apk file is the installer file pretty much as .exe files are on windows OS(
  7. A shared notebook (shared by someone else with me) contains several notes. One of those notes contains links to the other notes in that notebook. All works fine on the windows client. On the mobile version,when I click on any of the links it displays an error(see atachement) . I have this on both my devices,one Galaxy Note GT-N7000 and on a Galaxy Camera EK-GC100. The Galaxy Camera has Android 4.1.2 and the Note 4.0.3.Both devices have the exact same symptoms. So as support instructed me(ticket #16051-296754) ,I signed out but no improvement. Than I uninstalled/reinstalled the client but,again no improvement.
  8. Installed the update and the flash issue is gone. Thanks! Wanted to ask that as well but you beat me to it.
  9. It's nice to see another Evernote user bothered by the lack of a Symbian client but using terms like "Stupid" won't help. The statistics r there for everyone to see how may users Symbian still has and that didn't moved them either.
  10. Well there is also that topic on the same subject and that one. In some of them I myself have replyed. The reason why I started a fresh one is that in the old ones the discussion got a bit hot and maybe it's time to start over. As I said in the OP ,it seems that Symbian is here to stay for some years ...more than Palm OS at list. I'm sure that there are plenty of evernote users that own a Symbian smartphone and they should be able to enjoy a mobile version of EN just like eveyone else. I gave up my beloved N8 a year ago and went on the dark path of Android because there was no EN app but as soon as N808 is available I will switch back. Never got used to Android and eversince I made the switch its been a pain to use it.
  11. Hi all, A while ago I replyed/entered in some hot discussions here about a Evernote version for Symbian. To put it briefly everyone who replyed ,being either EN employee or just forum memberes, told me to relax cos it will never happen. Why?Because Symbian is a dead platform and they will rather invest in Win mo . Still I want to open a new topic about this old issue because it seems that Nokia keeps releasing new Symbian smartphones, some quite exciting like the Nokia 808. Also the number of Symbian phones out there is still high and continiues to grow not as fast as before but enough to matter. So I would like to know if maybe EN position has changed and also to have a single place where Symbian/Evernote users could post their opinions.
  12. I don't think u can change their mind.They supported a Palm version which had far few er users than Symbian.
  13. @ engberg As you can see from latest developments symbian will still be supported till 2016 and also Nokia announced 10 more symbian devices this year only. Also I came across this http://www.myriadgroup.com/Device-Manuf ... alvik.aspx.
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