Announcing Premium Offers


Announcing Premium Offers

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 03 Oct 2014

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 03 Oct 2014

Today, we are excited to announce our Premium Offers launch program and our first three launch partners.

For these Evernote App Center apps, just for having Premium, you’ll get more.

We will do this every quarter and expose those really great premium services to our high-value Evernote users. People who use our platform are really excited about using these products.

Not only do you get the current premium features, but you have access to premium features from three great apps.

The three month trial offer expires December 31, 2014.

EasilyDo makes sure you never miss anything. The app proactively organizes contacts, reminds you of birthdays, checks traffic, notifies you about bad weather, tracks packages, and more! Save time getting things done and staying on top of everything in one place. Please note: In order to redeem EasilyDo, you will have to do it through App Store or Google Play. You can cancel anytime, or your credit card will be charged. Redeem this offer now>>

Uber Conference is a free visual phone conferencing service that lets you share Evernote notes during calls. From within the call, any participant can navigate through or search their Evernote accounts for personal or business notes, and there is even a related notes feature that will suggest notes that match the names of the conference call or participants. Each participant’s view is independent, so it gives the flexibility for different people to view different files at the same time. The person that shared each note will also see additional controls to delete a note that might have been added by mistake and to refresh content that might have been edited and updated within Evernote during the call. Redeem this offer now>> is the easiest way to publish the thoughts you’re already capturing in your Evernote. If you currently have notes in your Evernote account, you’re ready to publish right now. Redeem this offer now>>

Upgrade to a more efficient and collaborative workday by redeeming these offers now at the Evernote Premium page.


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  • Tyler

    Getting an error when I try to use the offer… Any help/tips?

  • T Allen

    I was one of the earliest subscibers to Premium and I just joined Evernote Business. When will there be a capability to whiteboard via Evernote Business — that is edit drawings and handwriting inputed real time or scanning?

  • David White

    This is a good idea to showcase some very nifty apps. However, it’s worth pointing out, and not terribly clear about, that these are three month trial offers. When I read the article above I was pretty excited thinking my Premium Evernote subscription would now entitle me to ongoing premium access to EasilyDo. Alas, it’s only a trial. Perhaps that should be called out a little clearer in the blog entry.

    • Caroline

      Agreed — it sounded like we would get the apps for free. I was disappointed to see they were all offering short-time trial offers instead.

    • Steve

      Same disappointment here . . . I can understand profit-driven marketing, but isn’t there also some value in extending the value of EN Premium? Why not offer the first 100 (1000? pick a number) Premium users to view the blog entry a free life-time license to the partners’ products? Thus, EN would gain another item in their list of EN benefits, the app partners would gain an instant base of users and EN Premium users would be watching the blog entries like vultures, seeing other good stuff there while monitoring for future freebies.

      • Jim Knotts

        I think that, while these are only trials, it’s extremely generous of these partners. The first three posters are all disappointed in the fact that the offering was only a 3-month trial. Any idea what I’m disappointed in? The first 3 posters.

        I’ll be the first to say “Thank you Evernote for offering me some free time to try out these services and see how these value-added apps can extend the usefulness of an already amazing product!”

        • John

          On the contrary, if I learned that a free offer was a free “trial” offer after I got to the web page when such was not included in the original advert, I would have immediately signed off without accepting a thing and would have avoided the company conducting the business sleight of hand for the rest of my business days. And this is not bluster. I have done so in the past and will do so in the future. Trial offers should be identified as such in the advertisement. Period. No excuses, no rationalizations, no promises for the future. Anything else is dishonesty and should not be supported.

    • S

      I thought the same thing. It appears the premium offers program is just a way to expose trials for other applications.

      After the trial there doesn’t appear to be any benefit to an Evernote premium member compared to a standard user.

  • Louis Mamakos

    What I’d like for my Evernote Business (and prior, Evernote Premium) membership are fully encrypted notebooks, with the encryption done in the clients. I could more fully utilize your service by expanding the nature of the content I’m willing to put into an Evernote notebook. As it is, I can’t trust some information to Evernote just like I can’t trust it to DropBox because third parties have access to it (e.g., Evernote and DropBox).

    Something like this would add REAL VALUE to my premium subscription, beyond being a marketing vehicle for Evernote to pitch me other companies’ products.

  • Tanya M

    I agree. The email was incredibly unclear, and going to the blog also made me realize that this was not an additional benefit to my premium membership, but a trial offer with no clear details around the trial either.

  • Daniel

    You have to be kidding. is the most bug-ridden blog system I’ve ever used and after one year (and $50) still haven’t managed to set up a blog.

  • Stoph

    They cancelled my free 12 month premium less than 2 months in. Not acceptable at all – and you have to have premium to contact support. I might have bought a year if I actually got to trial the premium features, but it expired so I won’t bother. Terrible display

  • Jorge Ferreira

    What happened to this type of offers…? I haven’t seen any others