+1 come on folks, surely you've got some good UX people in house that you're listening to when designing new features. You MUST start thinking through the workflows and various paths of how users might want to interact with these features incl speeding up / slowing down / turning off notifications. YOU are awesome! THIS feature release hasn't been.
Yup I agree... using my Surface Pro 2 it's VERY fiddly - almost to the point of being impossible to navigate through notes with the scrollbars the way they are in the desktop version (havent explored the Evernote touch app all that much yet as functionality seems to be just too limited in its current form). Its frustrating that the gesture of scrolling through the note list is perfect and you'd wonder why it couldnt work the same inside the note content itself (rather than acting as a "clicked mouse" by highlighting text / content but not moving through it). For that reason I find myself usi