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I have been using Evernote on an I-pod now for several years. I never had any problem accessing anything in my account as long as I had my WiFi connection. Unless I upgraded from free account to the middle paid account, then I could have EN actually down load all my notes and have them offline. However, now I have purchased an Android phone. I keep my Data setting turned off so there is no constant connection using my phone which quickly burns up all my minutes. I still have my WiFi turned on which costs nothing, but EN says I have to upgrade to get my notes available while off line. I am not off line. I am connected through WiFi which from my understanding means as long as I am connected by my WiFi I should be able to access anything on my online account but that I would lose it when I went away from my WiFi signal. However, according to EN on my new Android phone it says I have to be online. I am online at home on my WiFi network. So what is going on? Second, many applications make it so that I can install the program to my SD Card so I can have plenty of room left on my phone. My phone has only about 3 Gigabytes left on the main portion of the phone even though it is supposed to have 8gig to start with. By the time the OS and everything it needs loads I am down to under 4gig. That is why it is so important to be able to load it to my external MicroSDCard. I know that even then there is at least a stub that has to load on the main ram but at least that would be all that is there. By the time I load EN to my system I have used up 90% of available memory. And that does not consider I have not loaded any of the Data I have on my main account that still needs to be synced with EN on my Android. I would go ahead and purchase the next level of EN right not but I cannot use it on my phone after all the Data is installed. So please make it so that the majority of EN loads to the Micro SDCard and make it so the Data is stored there as well. Thank you very much. David Wolfer email@example.com