Give the Gift of Evernote

Posted by on 26 Nov 2008

Posted by on 26 Nov 2008

Editor’s Note: As of April 29, 2015, the pricing details described in this blog post have changed. Please reference our comparison page for a current list of features and pricing levels.

If you’re anything like me, then using Evernote has completely changed the way you treat stuff that enters your head. The ease with which anything and everything can be captured, organized, and accessed, as opposed to thought of and immediately forgotten, is pretty liberating. Things which I used to resign myself to forgetting —wine labels, business cards, great recipes— are now snug in my external brain and always at hand. I almost feel like Evernote has given me a superpower; sure I’d be the lamest member of the Justice League, but at least I’d be good at remembering all the clues.

The Evernote Gift Subscription

Now, we’re letting you give Evernote to someone that could use that type of brain upgrade. Introducing the Evernote Premium 1-Year Gift Subscription. It’s a great gift for writers, designers, students, GTDers, lawyers, and just about anyone everyone else on your list.

What they get

For $45, they get a full year of Evernote Premium service, which comes with tons of goodies, like huge monthly uploads, front of the line image recognition, beefier security, and exciting soon-to-be-released premium only features. After the first year is up, you’ll have the option to re-subscribe the recipients or have them pick up the premium charges themselves, or they can choose to continue using the free version of Evernote with all of their previous memories intact.

The best part: it takes only a few seconds to send your gift and you’ll both feel super for a year!

That’s right we did say new premium features. They’re coming soon and they’re going to be great.

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  • Manuel

    Is one of the premium features a direct integration in Newsgator or Google Reader?

  • Emily

    I feel like I must be missing something- is there really no way to gift evernote without creating an account?