While Evernote supports Windows 10 with a fully featured desktop app that is also available via the Windows Store for platforms like Windows 10 S, the Windows Phone story isn’t so rosy.
The firm hasn’t updated its Windows Phone app in years – like several major developers- and is now shutting down its app.
Of course, staying focused often means letting go. As of June 29, 2017, we’ll be discontinuing support for BlackBerry and Windows Phone. If you currently use Evernote on these platforms, you may continue to do so. Evernote, however, will no longer be available for download on these devices and we won’t be making any further updates.
Evernote for Windows Phone has been stagnant for a while, retaining a Windows Phone 8 style design 3 years after the platform was superseded, and not taking advantages of new features Microsoft provided.
Microsoft’s Windows mobile platform is a dead platform in any case, with apps fleeing left and right and new interesting apps coming only once in a blue moon. Despite the availability of OneNote, the loss of Evernote is yet another clod of soil on the coffin that is Windows Phone.
Evernote is also shutting down support for Blackberry, users can continue to use it on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS