Christer B, November 8, 2012
Posted November 8, 2012
When, when, when???
When they release it...
Posted November 9, 2012
When it's done
What would you expect on an Evernote 5 for Android?
Possible that Android're always after Apple? When you decide to release a new version for all platforms at the same time? So users created category A (apple) and Category B (all others) and I do not stand corrected. And there is still no official software for linux ...
Posted November 10, 2012
Reverse sort, the ability to make note links, and the ability to see a list of note titles on the left / note content on the right. Currently, we have to open a note to see what is in it. What do you think
Possible that Android're always after Apple? When you decide to release a new version for all platforms at the same time?
Development teams for the different clients are independent and have their own release schedules.
So users created category A (apple) and Category B (all others) and I do not stand corrected.
And there is still no official software for linux ...
And there may never be. What does that have to do with Android again?
Posted November 11, 2012
If you're on a Linux distro you can run Wine and run Evernote on it. Never tried it yet but it should work. And plus there's always Evernote Web.
Posted November 12, 2012
On Evernote 5 for Android ... Actions on multiple notes ... example add a tags to these selected notes,
Regarding Evernote on Linux .... Well Phil said on Triangulation that Evernote prefer's that if people want a client for a Platform and the Platform is Open they(assuming Evernote) would like the client to be open, I have tested the initial Alpha's of NixNote2 but it's still going to be awhile.
I believe that the Evernote as a Browser app(HTML 5) could be better.
Posted November 13, 2012
You meant the fact that Evernote for Android is on version 4.3 while Evernote for iOS is on version 5? I think this is just versioning on two different platforms and shouldn't imply one is better than the other. Afaik this latest iOS's release only brought the iOS version more on par with its Android counterpart.
Posted November 15, 2012
Yes....batch tag, notebook, and delete operations is really needed.
Note link functionality is also sorely missed.
Posted November 19, 2012
Abillty to store offline data files on external SD Cards would be nice also. Android is kinda messed up on how they map internal/external memory, but still would be nice.
Posted November 27, 2012
After playing with EN on a Mac and IPad, I PRAY that that does NOT come to windows or Android.