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    Evernote: Feature Parity Lacking Between Platforms

    Ditch Evernote.
    There is no point in begging iOS-first developers to care about Android. They are happy with their App-store money and don’t make a lot from the Play Store. In a way, if you ditch them for lack of Android support, that will just further their argument of the lack of earnings from the Android platform.
    There really is nothing you can do other than looking for replacements by developers who care about Android and about being cross-platform.
    You sure as hell shouldn’t pay a company 40 bucks a year if they don’t support one of the OS you use.

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    Thanks. I have contemplated going back to Android, and must admit that one of the primary reasons I haven’t switched back is the app experience. It seems like most apps have leveled out, but a number of apps that I use regularly don’t have the same features on Android as they do on iOS.
    I agree that ditching iOS apps could, possibly, give support for developers saying "See…we don’t have enough of an Android user base to support development and/or parity of apps for that platform.
    I have grown increasingly tired of this gap in app experience between the two platforms, and fin

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    One and done.
    I don’t understand.

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