One of the most post popular mobile organizers, Evernote will be no longer work on two of the platforms that global market shares have dropped below 1%.
According to a blog post by its developers, they wants to focus more on platforms that controls much more users rather than spending its resources on ailing mobile environments such as BlackBerry and Windows Phone.
It says, “As a company, we’re also trying to get better at staying focused. This means spending more of our time and resources on developing our core note-taking products, Evernote Web, Evernote for Android; Windows; Mac; and iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.”
Consequently, from June 29, 2017, Evernote will withdraw its support from BlackBerry and Windows Phone platform. However, users who are already running the app on these explicit OSes will continue to enjoy it. Evernote will be unavailable for download on smartphones and tablet powered by BlackBerry and Windows Phone.
Additionally, the Evernote team declared that there would be no new updates for its BlackBerry and Windows Phone apps in the future.
The interesting part of it which is the good news is that all notes and notebooks will be saved and synced to Evernote and made available on the other platforms – Android, iOS, Windows, Mac or via desktop browser.