Evernote’s universal Windows 10 app comes to the Windows Store
Microsoft is preparing for the Anniversary Update and has started loading new apps to the Windows Store. If you’ve checked the Store lately, you have probably noticed that a new Evernote version is now present in the Windows Store, anticipating the UWP app release.
However, the good news ends here because the app is not fully functional. Although, Microsoft listed it in the Store, if you click on the app, you’ll see a blank screen.
According to the app’s Windows Store description, Evernote should be available for Windows 10 only. No mention is available about it coming to Windows 10 Mobile, although everybody expects the app to be universal.
Windows users got a bit disappointed by the fact that only Windows 10 is mentioned as a supported operating system, and asked Microsoft once again to make the app compatible with Windows 10 Mobile as well.
Other users have even lost all hope, and went as far as saying that Microsoft converted the previous Evernote version over so as to get rid of the negative reviews. They may be on to something, since the “revamped” Evernote app has four positive reviews in the Store, although it’s not functional yet.
Even if Microsoft doesn’t roll out Evernote as an UWP app in the near future, it is likely that the tech giant eventually makes the app compatible with Windows 10 Mobile following users’ requests.
The Redmond giant hasn’t in no way put Evernote’s development on the backburner, as the Evernote extension has recently come to Microsoft Edge. Microsoft constantly works on improving the Evernote experience and tie it to as many products as possible.
You can go to the Windows Store if you want to check out the newly listed Evernote app.
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