Evernote has released version 6.5 of its eponymous information management app with a change to using Command-Shift-> and Command-Shift-< to increase or decrease font size, enabling the app to use Command-Shift-+ and Command-Shift– (minus) for a new Zoom feature that’s in beta. If you’ve installed the direct download edition from the Evernote Web site, you can turn on the Zoom feature by going to Preferences > Software Update and selecting Enable Zoom. Additionally, direct download users can access a new Code Block feature, which takes any selected text and converts it to a monospaced font and creates a gray background around the line of text (turn this on in Preferences > Software
Update as well). Users of the Mac App Store edition will have to wait for a later version for both of these beta features.
Evernote 6.5 fixes a bug that prevented checkboxes from printing, resolves an issue where tags with periods or other symbols wouldn’t be found in the tag filter, and improves initial Mac setup performance for accounts with over 1,000 tags. As of this writing, Evernote remains stalled at version 6.4 in the Mac App Store. (Free from Evernote or the Mac App Store, 51.6 MB, release notes, 10.9+)
Evernote Is a very funny company, on their webpage they show an old 5.x Evernote screen on a Macintosh laptop with Color Icons.
If they just only listen a little closer to the users, just give us one more step, give us control of the Icons color solids (Pretty) or air frames (Ugly). To bad they are trying to fit in with Windows 10, OSX 10.1x+ and Ubuntu 15.x