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Posted by xtabber
Jun 29, 2016 at 12:19 PM


Evernote has introduced new pricing that limits free usage to two devices and generally raises the cost for paid users.

You can read the announcement here:

A comparative matrix for the new plans is at:



Posted by Tomasz Raburski
Jun 29, 2016 at 12:41 PM


Offline client is not available for the basic account. For me it’s time to move to other software


Posted by Hugh
Jun 29, 2016 at 01:52 PM


I’d infer that the announcement implies that the internal economics of Evernote continue to be stressed, despite the corrective actions taken in the last few months. Hitherto, despite (to my mind) the weaknesses of the design of its UI, I’ve stayed with EN because of its platform-universality, and its low-cost integration-capability with other software, such as Omnifocus. But it seems to me that for cross-platform note-taking, filing and storage this announcement may make other applications such as OneNote and Notebooks more attractive for my purposes, despite the feature-gap between the Mac and Windows versions of the former, and the relatively staid UI design of the latter.


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jun 29, 2016 at 02:01 PM


My interpretation of this announcement along with the fact that EN stressed their return to core functionality is that they’ve concluded they can’t make money from selling other crap, so they need to recoup it with their service. If this is indeed what they are doing, I don’t begrudge them the price hike. What I do begrudge them is creating such a slipshod UI… it’s like a shape shifter depending upon which device or OS you’re using. This frustrates me no end. That’s the reason I continually look around for another option, but like you, Hugh, I’ve stuck with it due to the universality of EN.

Steve Z.


Posted by Franz Grieser
Jun 29, 2016 at 04:59 PM


Woohoo, I paid for the renewal of my subscription a few weeks ago.
But it’s really time to say goodbye. I’ll take another look at Alfons Schmid’s Notebooks. The only problem will be how to get the EN stuff into Notebooks (or a different multiplatform notetaker).


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