Evernote, the note taking app has today revealed some changes to the plans that they are offering.

These changes were announced on the company’s blog earlier today, where they revealed that they will be reducing the amount of devices that free users can link to their account, but also increasing prices for paid plans significantly.

From today, if you are a free Evernote user, you will only be able to sync notes between two devices.

On top of this, Evernote will be increasing the prices of Plus and Premium tiers.

After today, Evernote Plus will be $3.99/month or $34.99/year in the US, and Evernote Premium will be $7.99/month or $69.99/year in the US, previously Plus was $3 and Premium was $6 a month in the US.

However, these do offer a range of premium features, so you do get a lot more than the free plan, most notably the ability to sync more than two devices.

Evernote’s CEO Chris O’Neill said the following about the changes in his blog post:

A lot has changed in the past year. We’ve renewed our focus on the core of Evernote to deliver major updates on every platform, from a redesigned Windows application to faster note-switching on Mac, new camera features on Android to sketching on iOS. We’ve begun rolling out improvements to the note editing experience, with more updates coming later this year. And new integrations with Google Drive and Outlook make it easier to manage work across apps. These changes are exciting, but we still have a long way to go to deliver the Evernote we envision.

Two things that won’t ever change are our commitment to making you as productive as you can be and running our business in as transparent a way as possible. No ads. No data selling. Just a great product at a fair price. So when it’s time to adjust our pricing, we want you to know what we’re doing, why, and what it means for you.

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. Current subscribers and Basic users who are using more than two devices will have some time to adjust before the changes take effect. If you are impacted, look for a message from us in the coming days.

You can read more at the source link below.

Source: Evernote blog

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