Evernote has today announced some major changes to its pricing plans for its customers. The company has raised the costs of its Plus and Premium plans, while adding restrictions to its Free plan.
Announcing the change on the company blog, Chris O’Neill, CEO of the company says:
We don’t take any change to our pricing model lightly, and we never take you for granted. Our goal is to continue improving Evernote for the long-term, investing in our core products to make them more powerful and intuitive while also delivering often-requested new features. But that requires a significant investment of energy, time, and money. We’re asking those people who get the most value from Evernote to help us make that investment and, in return, to reap the benefits that result.
Starting today, Evernote offers these three plans:
Evernote Basic (Free Plan)
The free plan will be now be limited to just 2 devices only. You’ll be able to upload up to 60MB per month. What you don’t get is Customer Support via Email or Live Chat, Offline Notebooks, ability to search in PDFs, notes history, etc.
The pricing for this plan has increased from $2.99/mon to $3.99/mon. Along with all the features of the Free plan, you also have no limit on devices, 1GB of uploads per month, offline notebooks, ability to forward emails into Evernote and Customer support via Email.
The pricing for this plan has increased from $5.99/mon to $7.99/mon. Along with all the features of the Plus plan, you also get 10GB of uploads per month, customer support via live chat, ability to search in PDFs, annotation features, notes history, etc.
The entire feature comparison is available here.
Note that Evernote announced regional pricing back in March, which isn’t changing, at least for India.