EverNote offers a very good experience to users using their free accounts to gain access to all notes that are synchronized from any of their devices. With a maximum size in notes that can be charged monthly, it has enough features to not relegate a premium account, if one does not make a basic usage of the application.
It is now when Evernote want to take action on the issue to raise the price to the accounts premium and restrict access to two devices for free accounts. The price rise is both the Premium Plus plan. A movement that comes before the need for monetization and to continue to provide greater services to an Evernote offering great value without having to relegate to the invasive in-application advertising.
Price rise on Evernote Plus is from $ 24.99 per year or $2.99 a month, but soon will have to Add one dollar more in the monthly fee or pay $34,99 every year to reach. This increase also occurs in the option Premium that passes from the $49.99 on a yearly basis or 5.99 per month, to now pass to the $ 7.99 or $69.99 per year. A very striking increase in option premium that we are sure that many users will think it is to relegate other services.
Basic or free accounts above do not cost anything, but had restrictions on the bandwidth and features. Now Add a new restriction which means that you can only use your Evernote account on two devices. Which means that if you have Evernote on your computer, you can only use a mobile device to sync all of your accounts. This means that, if you usually use a tablet as an extra in Evernote, you will have to look at other options or start thinking about pay.
If there is something exceptional about Evernote is that an invasive advert there is and that, unlike Microsoft OneNote or Google, your data Keep remain independently unless they are used for other reasons, so depending on the use you give to the app can be interesting pay per year for the Plus. If on the other hand, you use it’s basic form, you can look at other options as such.