For as long as Evernote has been charging, it has cost $5 per month. Or free, if you can live with a few less features and reduced online storage.
Today, however, it has changed its pricing to create three tiers – Basic, Evernote Plus and Evernote Premium.
Basic remains its free plan, and allows you to access the (slightly restricted) services via multiple devices; it includes 60MB of monthly uploads too.
Evernote Plus, which costs $2.99 per month or $24.99 per year, brings 1GB of monthly uploads and storage, offline access to your notes and the ability to auto-convert emails into notes. The most expensive Premium plan ($5.99 per month or $49.99 per year) offer unlimited monthly uploads and is aimed at professional users who need larger note sizes to keep different materials together, but include the features of the Plus plan too.
Evernote has also tweaked the pricing for different countries too, but didn’t lay out all the changes.
“In certain places, the price of Premium went up slightly or stayed the same. In other regions, the price went down. We feel strongly that price should be appropriate to your region and it shouldn’t be a barrier to getting the best productivity tool in the world,” it said. “If you’re currently paying and the price of Premium went up in your region, then we’ve locked you into your rate for a year, or more. As long as you continue in your current plan, your price will adjust at your first renewal after April 29, 2016.”
Paying users in regions where the price decreased are told to check out the Pricing FAQ.