Evernote’s New Pricing Includes A Cheaper, Middle Tier And A Pricier Top Plan
As promised late last year, Evernote today has rolled out new pricing plans for its note-taking service in order to introduce a more affordable, middle tier that now falls in between the company’s free option and the full-featured premium plan, which is now $5.99 per month, up from the earlier $5 per month. The new plans, Basic, Evernote Plus and Evernote Premium, are differentiated by features like support for offline access, larger note sizes, monthly upload allowances, and collaboration features, among other things.
Evernote CEO Phil Libin had said last November at the Web Summit conference in Dublin that the decision to charge $5 per month for the paid tier to Evernote’s product was kind of “random,” and that the company realized as far back as a couple of years ago that the pricing it first came up with was wrong. He said that Evernote would debut new pricing tiers in…
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