evernotewebclientRecently Evernote announced that a feature that was limited to its paying customers would now be available to all users for free. Sounds good, right? However we have to wonder if it was a part of a larger plan because Evernote has just announced that they will be hiking up the prices for both its Plus and Premium tiers.

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They also announced that for their Basic users, the number of devices that can be shared has been limited to 2, meaning that if you have Evernote on your computer, tablet, and phone, you will have to eventually decide on one device that you’ll have to give Evernote up on. “Beginning today, the prices for our Plus and Premium tiers will change for new subscriptions, and access from Evernote Basic accounts will be limited to two devices.”

As for current customers, unfortunately you guys won’t be grandfathered in the old pricing plans. Evernote states that eventually the changes in prices will reach everyone, and that users will be notified by email when the changes are made. “Not everyone will be affected by a price change. If you are affected by a price change, you will be notified of the details by email in the next few weeks. This applies to both monthly and yearly renewals.”

Presumably those who already paid for the month/year will not be affected, but subsequent payments and renewals will be based on the new prices. Evernote Plus will now be priced at $3.99 a month and $34.99 a year. Premium will be priced at $7.99 a month and $69.99 a year.

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