penultimate-tiers-illustrationsEvernote is a handy app for those who love taking notes, storing receipts, or scanning documents into digital form and having it synced across multiple devices and platforms. However the free tier of Evernote might be a bit too restrictive for some users who rely on the app frequently, which is where the Premium subscription comes in.

That being said the Premium subscription comes in at $6 a month or $50 a year which some users might find a bit too expensive, this is why to encourage more subscribers, Evernote has recently announced the Plus subscription tier. This will fall in between the free and premium theirs and will basically be a happy middle of sorts, giving users enough functionality and features without being too restrictive, while keeping it relatively affordable.

The Plus subscription will be priced at $3 a month, but alternatively users can choose to pay $25 a year. It will allow 1GB of uploads per month and also the ability to convert emails into notes. It will also enable features such as passcode lock and offline notes on the phone or tablet. At the same time Evernote has announced that they have upgraded their Premium subscription.

This will give users unlimited uploads and will allow for larger individual note sizes. This should make all your documents easily accessible in one place without having to swap apps.

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