Evernote Debuts New Pricing Tiers, Adds Cheaper Middle Plan

Note-taking and archiving software maker Evernote announced Thursday that itEUs introducing new pricing plans for its note-taking service. The new middle tier of service is called Evernote Plus, and it runs $2.99 per month or $24.99 per year. ItEUs designed for more active users who need additional storage options and an expanded feature set.

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. The new middle tier falls in between the companyEUs free option and the full-feature premium plan, which is now $5.99 per month, up from $5 per month previously.

Under the Evernote Plus plan, users can upload up to 1 GB per month, and access the service offline, save up to 250 e-mails into Evernote, and password-lock the app on mobile devices. The plan also increases the supported note size to 50 MB.

There will continue to be a free version of EvernoteEUs service with the Basic plan. That plan lets users access Evernote on multiple devices and will support up to 60 MB in monthly uploads.

Something for Everyone?

The moderately more expensive Premium tier is priced at $5.99 per month or $49.99 per year. It unlocks all of EvernoteEUs features, including unlimited monthly uploads, all the features in Plus, and advanced options such as the ability to convert notes into presentations, search in Office documents and attachments, share and discuss Evernote files with colleagues, annotate attached PDFs, scan and digitize business cards and more.

"We knew that premium offering wasnEUt optimized for revenue, but there were always other things to think about," wrote company vice president of marketing Andrew Sinkov on EvernoteEUs blog. "Over the past several months weEUve taken everything weEUve learned over the years and applied rigorous...

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