Earlier this week, Evernote announced its subscriptions are getting more expensive and free users are now limited to just two devices. For the scores of existing users, that little restriction and that price increase are a big pain. Thankfully, you have other options.
Today, Evernote announced a change to its pricing plan alongside a new limitation for it’s free…
Before you jump ship from Evernote, you’ll want to pick which new tool for managing your notes and clippings is best for you. You have a few solid options here: The most obvious choice for most people is Microsoft’s OneNote, which goes toe-to-toe with Evernote in most features. If you’re a dedicated Apple user totally inside their ecosystem, Apple Notes is a surprisingly robust option. Alternately, you can go a completely different direction with something like plain text if you don’t use Evernote’s fancy features, or Google Drive if you’re looking to dump a lot of long-form notes in a searchable format.
- How to Jump Ship From Evernote and Take Your Data With You (lifehacker.com)
- Evernote announces new pricing schemes, changes to tiers (androidcommunity.com)
- Not happy with Evernote’s pricing changes? Switch to Microsoft OneNote using this simple tool (mspoweruser.com)
- How to migrate from Evernote to OneNote (ghacks.net)
- Evernote just made its free option worthless (bgr.com)
- Beat Evernote’s Price Hike by Exporting Your Notes (laptopmag.com)
- The cross-platform best note taking apps if you want to ditch Evernote (phonearena.com)
- Evernote, Google Keep, OneNote – Which Note Taking App is the Best? (gizmodo.co.uk)
- Evernote significantly increases prices – has the product improved? (bytebot.net)
- Evernote Raises Prices for Service, Restricts Devices for Free Users (winsupersite.com)