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A search for an Evernote replacement

I was a happy, loyal, and paying Evernote customer for ten years. I loved the integrated toolchain it provided, with the ability to draw, annotate, tag, OCR, and much, much more. It did everything I needed in a note-taking application, and more besides, such as basic task management and a dumping ground for miscellaneous ideas.

And then came version 10. I have not made a secret of my dislike of poorly implemented cross-platform applications that serve business interests far more than customer interests, and Evernote 10 was a perfect example of why I hold this…




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Chris Chinchilla

Chris Chinchilla

I explain cool tech to the World. I am a Technical Writer and blogger. I have crazy projects in progress and will speak to anyone who listens.

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