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About marilyn099

  1. Nokia does not make apps, and its partnership with Microsoft means that making an evernote app would be making an app for a competitor, as evernote is a competing product of MS' own OneNote. Nokia wont be the ones to make an evernote app if ever.
  2. From a money perspective, I can understand that Microsoft may not want to invest in the development to make OneNote with a database backend, but since I have read in numerious places that Microsoft wants to make OneNote only available at the highest subscription level (excluding the student/family edition) it would make sense for Microsoft to incorporate this into the business edition of OneNote. Having that option would be realistic in a business environment.
  3. Hi, thank you very much for the link, exactly what I'm looking for!
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