"When I talked with Libin, I congratulated him on the conference and asked him a few polite questions. Then I summoned up my courage and explained that I’d noted the interface oddities and inconsistencies and while I was an avid Evernote user, I wasn’t as happy as I might be because, because, because…Think Evernote’s Interface Could Be Better? So Does Evernote | Techland | TIME.com
“Because the interface sucks?” he asked, presumably channeling me to cut to the chase rather than announcing that he thinks it sucks personally.
Libin told me that Evernote understands that its products could be a lot easier to use. He said that at the moment, the company is happiest with its Android version — which is, indeed, not bad overall — and that it intends to release a much-improved iOS version within the next couple of months.
The company’s goal, Libin told me, isn’t to reduce the experience down to one perfect interface that’s identical on a bevy of gadgets: “We want to make them all great, so that you won’t even notice they’re different.”"
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Think Evernote’s Interface Could Be Better? So Does Evernote | Techland | TIME.com
More changes ahead for Evernote