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After 2 or more years of using the paid version of this app, I cancelled my subscription. Why? Because the app causes errors across my devices, I load to capture a document that I need for my business, the first shot sometimes works... But by the second shot.... My phone is in boot loader, repeat boot loader, the phone could have 100% battery and still not restart, if you have less than 50% battery then you dare not use the app as it my phone needs a PC connection to be restored/ restarted. So is it your device? NO... My poor phone has undergone testing and flashing on numerous occasions, I swapped to iphone... same problem, iPad... Same problem, LG latest phone... Same problem, latest Microsoft... Same problem, brand new tablet with only Evernote installed... Same problem. This app has something seriously wrong with the code, I am very disappointed that the time has come to purge Evernote from all my systems, recall all devices within the business, flash them and find an alternative for our business needs. Since I ended my subscription I find that Evernote does not offer Support to FREE customers, they didn't pay attention to any of my correspondence while I was a member and this is a shame. 2 Years ago I was immensely satisfied with all its great features, which I'm going to miss... But like the rest of the world, I need my devices and apps working correctly. If someone can suggest an alternative vendor that has customer support, I am looking to be able to scan a document and view it across the business, possibly something compatible with Dropbox. Thanks
Isn't it time that the "last compatible version" option became available for Evernote on the AppStore, given that Apple seems to support that option? I have two perfectly good devices running iOS6. I have absolutely no reason to upgrade to iOS7 for the foreseeable future (probably the next couple of years, until the device batteries give up the ghost). One of the devices (iPhone 4) is not even on the list of supported devices, and the other (iPad2) has significant issues reported by users who have done the iOS7 upgrade. I have no intention of shelling out nearly 1500 Euros to get two brand new devices that I don't need for the next two years, just to get an app running. Unfortunately I've just bought a Livescribe pen that only works with Evernote, so I'm especially annoyed to find out that this app is currently useless for both my mobile devices, when in fact I need it there more than on my desktop computer. All other apps that I have seem to be backward compatible even after updating to the iOS7-compatible version of each. So what's special with Evernote, that it can neither be backward compatible, nor allow downloading of last compatible version (which obviously does exist and did work ok, since it was in use until a couple of months ago)? I wish now I had bought a Capturx pen and gone with Microsoft OneNote instead...