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Evernote was added to AlternativeTo by Stuck on Feb 28, 2009 and this page was last updated Jan 9, 2024.

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bernicestockstill
  
Top positive commentDec 15, 2017

Very usefull tool, as for me it is really easy to use and you don't have to waste a lot of time to understand what to do - just open and type)

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JakeP
  
Top positive commentNov 29, 2017

Clean interface to gather your thoughts. Perfect to pick up from where you leave. Great work guys!

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RemovedUser
  
Top negative commentJun 28, 2016

https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2016/06/28/changes-to-evernotes-pricing-plans/

Importantly for free/basic users: "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."

Evernote have also announced higher prices for paid plans.

Evernote Basic Free

The easiest way to get started with Evernote, Basic has been and will remain free of charge. Evernote Basic supports web clipping and note sharing, so you can capture memories, ideas, and inspiration and save them forever.

On Basic, you can access notes on up to two devices, such as a computer and phone, two computers, or a phone and a tablet, as well as on the web, so you can continue to take your notes with you throughout your day. Passcode lock on the mobile app, formerly a paid feature, is now available on Basic as well.

Evernote Plus $3.99/month or $34.99/year (save 27%)

To stay in sync across all your devices, consider Evernote Plus. You’ll also enjoy the ability to take notebooks offline on a mobile device, so your notes will be with you wherever you go, even when there’s no Internet connection. You can forward emails into Evernote and keep them alongside related notes, complete with attachments, and 1 GB of upload space each month means you can keep all your projects together.

Evernote Premium $7.99/month or $69.99/year (save 27%)

Get the full power of Evernote with Evernote Premium, a set of tools designed to help you go paperless and take ideas into action across all your devices. Find text buried inside Office docs. Annotate PDFs. Discover connections between notes, turn business cards into phone contacts, or present your work with one click. Premium includes 10 GB of monthly upload space, and you have all the benefits of Plus and Basic, too.

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menace97

Not willing to add a much-needed tier in between Basic and Plus for which it seems like a large portion who have been quite vocal on the forums, is disappointing to say the least. I would maybe, come back, but like others, have found great alternatives as Evernote has become perhaps a bit too greedy while also not improving much along the way.

Implementing the new polarizing structure has already damaged their reputation beyond repair perhaps; given the fact that services have rarely improved, some arguing they have been getting worse (take a look at how wonderful the Evernote Web Clipper was at its height, and now it is slow, finicky issues with browsers that weren't occurring before, plus now annoying ALL customers often with reminders about how "this would be a good item to clip" that don't seem to go away. Not a very nice way to treat paying customers, let alone pickup some new customers... bye Evernote - too little, too late!

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Dietrich
  
Negative commentMar 29, 2024

Used to be a user of the plus plan at 25$ a year. 25$ per year matched my usage of Evernote's service. Unfortunately Evernote removed that plan and tried to force me to pay 99$ a year. I downgraded to the free plan instead. Now they are taking away feature by feature to force users to upgrade to a premium plan. The free plan used to be limited only by upload data, now you only get one notebook and 50 notes. I have 149 notebooks and 5026 notes which means I cannot use Evernote anymore without upgrading. This is unacceptable, Evernote. Not only have you lost my payments, now you a lost a customer completely. Bye Evernote.

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Guest
  
Positive commentMar 8, 2024

Inexpensive, simple, great for to-do tasks, grocery list, track appointments

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Patrick
  
Positive commentNov 18, 2023

My #1 Workspaceplace on Computer, Cloud, Online, Offline and Syncing with other Applications / Program(s) like Windows (11) and the Android Version. Note: I use the PayVersion !

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Just Some Procrastinator Reviewing Productivity Software
  
Negative commentSep 2, 2023

Free users beware: they didn't say upfront about unsync limit. Yes, it's a thing since Evernote v10 was introduced. If you got 2 devices signed in (maxed out the device limit) and you want to sign in to your Evernote on another device, you actually have 2 unsync attempts which reset every beginning of the month. It doesn't matter whether you revoke a device on your account page first or you just sign in with your new device. Careful, you might get locked yourself out from your notes! By the way, there's a nasty, recurring bug that could sign you out by force and you got to unsync your device in order to continue using. Until then, you must either upgrade to premium or stop accessing your notes till next month. Nobody wants to pay $130/year for a dying elephant. Maybe to use Evernote free is never been a good idea.

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