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  1. Hey, everybody, I think they fixed it! Version 7.18.1 was released yesterday (October 25). The patch notes only say "bug fixes and miscellaneous improvements", they don't mention anything else. It just now occurred to me to try out the watch app again and it seems to be MUCH better! I was able to search for several different notes. It showed me the results, and even showed a thumbnail if there was an image attached to the note. I opened one of my checklist notes and the formatting is really good. Each item becomes a full button you can tap to toggle the checkmark on and off. WAY better than it was before. Didn't crash once. Although I did lose my connection to the phone. I don't know if that was a coincidence or not. But it didn't crash. Unfortunately you still can't browse all your notes. It shows Recently Viewed, Recently Updated, and for a while it showed me one entry based on time of day. But I can't go into a notebook and scroll through everything. If it's not recent, the only way to get to it is to search. At least it's working now!
  2. I don't know if you'll see this or not, but Evernote is completely broken on Apple Watch OS3 and it has been since release. Is Evernote aware of this, and are you working on a solution?
  3. Thanks for posting this. I'm having the exact same problem, and I'm really disappointed in how awful the app is. Even when I can open a Note, the formatting is terrible. And sometimes it locks up so I can't scroll. I have checkboxes in one of my notes. I'd like to think that I can tick those boxes in the watch app (I wouldn't know, since it won't stay running long enough), but I guess I shouldn't make that assumption. Because I already made the mistake of assuming that this app actually worked. Sometimes I feel like I should pay money for an Evernote subscription, because I love it so much and depend on it almost daily. But when I see something like this it really disheartens me. I can't imagine how disgruntled I'd feel if I was a paid subscriber and this was something I was spending money on. Some of the apps I have on my watch are downright amazing. Hell, just being able to write words on the screen is cool, and works very well. In stark contrast, trying to use the Evernote app makes me feel like I've got some janky piece of ***** on my wrist that isn't really supported. I've seen what other devs have been able to do. Get it together, Evernote.
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