Congratulations to Evernote for adding rich text editing to their Android app. They say that iOS version will get this soon too.
MobileNoter has had rich text editing for how much time? Almost for two years by now!
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However, Evernote has never, ever lost a note while syncing for me. In one week of testing Mobilenoter, four times notes have disappeared when syncing. Reviews indicate I’m not the first to have this problem.
When I Google evernote lost notes, I get about 1 million results. One from the top (out of million results!):
“…Evernote experienced some server issues between July 1 and July 4 that caused a few thousand Evernote users to lose notes created in that time frame. …In all, just over 6,000 users were victims of the incident….”
That is not to say that Evernote is not reliable. Problems happen with MobileNoter, with Evernote, and with other software. We actively fixing errors and engaging the users who have problems.
That same article says most who lost notes on Evernote were able to recover them, since they were still present on the local system. For me, Mobilenoter is deleting notes off both my computer and Android, so I have to go to Onenote’s automatic backup to recover it. I like Onenote much more than Evernote, so I’m still trying Mobilenoter and hoping it will work reliably.
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