-Remember when you were a kid, anxiously counting down the days until your birthday? That’s how we feel waiting for iOS 13. For now, we’re busy tweaking the app to get ready for all the cool new features.
Ratings and Reviews
Pretty great. Use it daily to keep track of to-do lists, writing projects, recipes, shopping lists, and just jot down random notes as a general notepad. The inter-note linking is really helpful. And the newer night-mode is also very literally easy-on-the-eyes.
One suggested functionality, which is probably a niche requirement for some people, would be the ability to toggle searches to be initiated after you’ve finished writing the query instead of as-you-type.
That would be cool, as a problem I have is that when searching very (very) large notes for a specific rarely-used word or sequence, the app has a tendency to lag as it selects every instance as you’re spelling the start of a word, i.e. you’re searching for “andromeda,” say, which might be used only a handful of times, but as you’re typing it in, Evernote drags trying to find every instance of “a,” then “an,” then “and,” all of which occur a ~lot, before you get down to more narrow and manageable search parameters for the search functionality.
Not a deal-breaker by any means for the app, but just a thing I’ve noticed. The as-you-type thing is great for smaller notes, so I’m not suggesting a change from that, but the option to toggle it off would be nice if I know I’m going to be swimming in and editing larger notes.
Good but needs update
A great app for across the Apple ecosystem. The hand writing recognition is phenomenal. As is the organisation. However the app needs the following improvements:
a) updated PDF annotation with Apple Pencil. It’s currently clunky and not very seamless. Competitors do a much better job. If you use Apple Pencil, I’d look elsewhere for a note taking app for uni. My pick is notability.
b) to actually integrate and preview PDFs like on the Mac version. The iPad version requires you to open pdf files, view and edit them, and then close them again. Again, very clunky. If you’re trying to find something fast, it’s hard to do on iPad. Apps like Onenote do better here
changed my life
Wow Evernote, is there anything you can't do? I am an habitual list-maker, but the problem is the bits of paper and the 279-odd notebooks I use get lost, or are never with me when I need to know whatever it was I had attempted to ensure I wouldn't forget! Now it's all in one place, always with me and so versatile in terms of incorporating a variety of media. I'm sure the developers will only continue to improve this already world-altering ap!! Buy it NOW!
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- Rated 4+
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