Right now, the Evernote importer is only available for Windows, but once users have moved their notebooks over to OneNote, their notes will be available from any OneNote client, whether on the Web, iOS, Android, Windows Mobile or Mac OS.
These sorts of importing capabilities are nothing new. Evernote has let users bring in files from OneNote for years, and users have built unofficial tools to import their Evernote files into Microsoft’s platform. But this shows how keenly Microsoft is interested in expanding OneNote’s reach.
Right now, Evernote is focused on refining its existing product and not releasing whiz-bang new features, which leaves it more vulnerable to something like this move by Microsoft.
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