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Evernote introduces updated price tiers for note taking service

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 Apr 2015 15:14

Evernote introduces updated price tiers for note taking service Evernote has rolled out their new pricing tiers, launching a "Plus" tier that sits comfortably between their free offering and the more fully featured "Premium" offering.
For the free option, you get up to 60MB of monthly uploads, cross platform sync and the ability to share and discuss within Evernote. For most people, this will be all you need, but if you are working in a team, the other options may be preferable.

The new Plus tier offers everything from the free, 1GB of monthly uploads, access to the service offline, you can save up to 250 emails into Evernote and finally, you can password-lock the app on mobile devices to stop family from snooping. The upgraded plan also supports notes up to 50MB compared to the free version at 25MB.

Up in the Premium tier, you get unlimited monthly uploads, all the Plus features, and the ability to convert your notes into presentations, search within Office docs and their attachments, annotate attached PDFs, OCR business cards and share Evernote files with everyone. Notes can be up to 200MB large with the premium account.

The Plus tier is just $2.99 per month or $24.99 annually if you pay it in full, and the Premium tier is $5.99 a month or $49.99 if you pay annually.


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