Evernote Gets On Sync Steroids with Over 4 Times Faster Sync

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  • 30 Jan 2014
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  • Keeping an ecosystem up and running in top shape it’s not an easy task. But more complicated than that is the struggle to create it in the first place. That is why the big names that have got that far are now enjoying so much more popularity. While the others don’t have the means or resources to get that high.


    About Evernote we can say it has started in the right way then it constantly grew to get towards its very own ecosystem. Once that was realized and the service covered most and all the most important platforms the next logical step is towards improving. And so they did starting with the fungation of such an ecosystem – synchronization.

    Over or at least equal to four times faster sync is the main improvement that Evernote has brought to its ecosystem. And that is one achievement that is likely to make all the users – included those attracted by it – very pleased. And the achievement is to be due to the fact that the developers admit their own decent in a positive way over the number of variables that stood in the way.

    As for the Google Android platform : well that is one of Evernote’s highest achievement to where it is today. And as they promise – the positive growth and improvements are just beginning. Don’t own an Evernote app so far? Well you can take your pick from the Play Store.

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    SOURCE: blog.evernote
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