Now that Microsoft has gotten around to seeing the value of supporting Android, I thought I would re-evaluate my decision of using Evernote.
The bottom line for me is that Microsoft has lost too much ground in this space by not utilizing SkyDrive and OneNote itself. One of the real aspects of Evernote I find myself using more than I ever thought I would is the ability to send voice recordings from my phone straight to EverNote. This is still one feature that has not been addressed by Microsoft as yet. Yes, still playing catch-up. Android AppStorm has a good article on the OneNote Android app which we have a link to in our Google+ Feed.
UPDATE: EverNote has updated their Android app to include Speech 2 TxT. I had been doing this by calling my Google Voice number and having it forward to my EverNote email. EverNote has now included this using Google Speech2Text technology (Surprised ?). Now in EverNote you can do a voice recording and it will automatically convert your recording to text and post to EverNote.
Not much of a decision for me, but everyone needs to make their own call. I would recommend you take a look at the EverNote Trunk. This is the area on their website that lists all of the 3rd party addons. Some pretty neat stuff.
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