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Hi, I recently used Evernote on trip where I was taking some photos and also writing notes under them. Workflow on Evernote it's now quite easy for this kind of work. I really liked that when you take photos, there is list of photos and you can easily delete some photos before saving them into note. But it can still use some refinement. My main problem was ability to get cursor under photo to be able to write there my notes, specially if it was last photo on page. Usually I had to create few empty lines under photo, so it's easier to write there. And after some time (sometimes few minutes, sometimes longer) whole Evernote started to be very slow and I had to restart it. I was creating fairly big notes, because there was even 40 photos (large size) in one note. Main problem was battery drain, if I didn't brought battery pack with me I would not be able to use it at all. When I used it first time, it drained battery on my iPhone in 1,5 hour, then I turn on "synchronize on wifi only" and battery life improved greatly (it lasted about 3hours), because I was not on wifi. But still I had to charge iPhone at every possibility to get through whole day. I did synchronization only in evening when I was on wifi. At the end of trip I was satisfied, because I was able to use it, even with those problems, but if you improve it a bit, specially battery life, it would be better. Thanks
LG Optimus V (LG-VM670) Quattrimus ICS 4.0 I haven't used Evernote on my Android much lately, so I'm not sure if this happens every time Evernote is running. Last night I used it very briefly to check a shopping list, using 3g. My battery was around 50%, which will normally give me another 15 hours or so. Around two and a half, maybe three hours later, I get a battery alarm and my battery is at 5%. Here are the battery stats: I also had this happen a week or two ago, and I think it may have also been caused by Evernote. I was on WIFI at home the whole day an my battery inexplicably drained quickly. I didn't think to check the battery stats that time.
Ever since I began using Evernote (wonderful) when other applications stopped syncing with MSexchange notes, I've found battery life to be profoundly decreased on my Android. I suspect that this has something to do with the syncing process. Unlike similar applications, there is no option on the android to choose a syncing routine. Is it continuously looking for changes in order to sync? Can this be effecting my battery life? Is it possible to add a selection of sync intervals and/or push sync only when a change is made on the Android device or another?