Today, Evernote announced a change to its pricing plan alongside a new limitation for it's free service. Both the Plus and Premium paid tiers get a price bump while the Basic plan now restricts you to just two devices. The biggest sting is the fact the free Basic plan now limits you to two devices per account, like a computer and a phone, two computers or a phone and a tablet. You're also still limited to just 60MB of uploads a month. The Plus plan is now priced at $US3.99 ($5)/month, up from $US2.99 ($4)/month (or $US34.99 ($48)/year), while the Premium plan bumps up to $US7.99 ($11)/month from $US5.99 ($8)/month (or $US69.99 ($95)/year). The price increase comes from what Evernote says is a "significant investment of energy, time, and money". If you're affected by the price change, look out for an email from Evernote letting you know what to do. The price change won't go into effect until after 15 August 2016.
Evernote Limits Device Sharing For Free Users, Bumps Up The Price Of Paid Plans
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