After Apple broke its system-wide Dark Mode to MacOS with the release of Mojave in September, it has been up to third-party developers to also offer support for the feature. The last thing to bring Dark Mode support to macOS is Evernote, and the iOS app gets the same treatment.
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Rolling out today, Evernote users on both macOS and iOS get the opportunity to use Dark Mode. This will be in addition to the standard white user interface.
* You asked for a dark mode in Evernote, and it's finally here! Welcome to the dark side lights that are not included.
* Small Optimization in Registration Experience
* We solved some specific issues that may have occurred, such as printing weirdness, images that are not properly attached, and misleading markers. We agree that they were annoying, but it should be even to sail now.
In September, it was rumblings that Evernote was in a "death spiral" when it reduced the prize membership price from $ 70 to $ 42. Then, a recent report said that the company left 15% of its employees.
There have been no recent news about how the company does, so maybe no news is good news in this case. In any case, it's good to see the popular note that takes the app, giving support for Dark Mode over macOS and iOS.
Make sure you're up to date with your Evernote apps to get Dark Mode. Evernote is a free download for iOS and MacOS with upgraded plans starting from $ 3 / month.
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