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  1. I tried Scannable. The good part is that it is free and scans some business cards. It can sync with Contacts on my iPhone The downside is that it is very slow, it does a much worse job of recognizing business cards than the prior version of Evernote that supported this feature, and get the sync to work in rather non-intuitive. I guess it is better than nothing, but it is a downgrade
  2. I tried Scannable. The good part is that it is free and scans some business cards. It can sync with Contacts on my iPhone The downside is that it is very slow, it does a much worse job of recognizing business cards than the prior version of Evernote that supported this feature, and get the sync to work in rather non-intuitive. I guess it is better than nothing, but it is a downgrade
  3. I guess I just discovered I am not the only one. I know this used to work and thought I must have done something wrong, but apparently you are saying this extremely important feature was deliberately removed? If I am unable to photo business cards and sync with Apple Contacts through iCloud, the value of Evernote significantly diminishes.
  4. I have been a long time Evernote and Mac user. I used to be able to take a photo of a business card in Evernote and have it sync through iCloud into Apple Contacts. It does not appear to be working anymore and I cannot find in Evernote where I would configure it. Is this capability no longer supported?
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