I am still using it. Big plus is that Evernote is still cross platform. So if you’re stuck using Windows at work and your Mac/iPhone for personal use, then Evernote is works for that.
I use Evernote for several things:
reference notes – like car tag, furnace filter size, etc. Note: Apple Notes could work for this. I found these are quick to search in Evernote.
Tech notes – Those steps that need to be done occasionally on computers and such. (Like how to remove the desktop shortcut to Evernote on the Windows computer at work.)
The occasional pdf — These tend to be temporary, like for travel or conference. For long term archiving, they get moved into DevonThink on Mac. I find Evernote quicker to find things on iOS than DevonThink.
Logs and lists updated through Drafts 5 on iOS — This is the main reason I still use Evernote. I have several actions in Drafts to prepend lists or log events to notes…
a. Gas log – I enter milage, price per gallon, and total price paid each on a line in Drafts on iPhone. An action formats a nice single line with date and appends to my Gas Log note in Evernote. It keeps a running list of visits to the gas station and fuel used/costs.
b. Car maintenance log – another Drafts app appends oil changes, etc. with the date into a note in Evernote.
c. Blood pressure log – every time I visit the doctor, I enter my blood pressure. A Drafts action appends it with the date into a note in Evernote.
d. Doctor visits log — Fortunately I don’t need to visit the doctor very often, but it is good to keep a record. Again, a Drafts actions formats occasion with the date and appends it to an Evernote note.
You can use Drafts app to append to text files in Dropbox too, but the search in Evernote (although it seems to take a couple extra taps to get there) is still fast. Syncing is also fast.