Evernote is free. You can use Evernote forever without paying us a cent, and we’re ok with that. To some, this may seem crazy, but thanks to Evernote Premium, it’s actually a business model that works (see: Freemium model).
Today, we’re announcing that there are more ways than ever to go Premium. We now accept credit card payments with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, and JCB. These are in addition to Google Checkout, PayPal and in-app purchasing through the Apple AppStore. We’re also offering 3-months of Evernote Premium for free through TrialPay. Click on the TrialPay option on our Checkout page for more information.
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Why go premium?
Supersized monthly uploads
Your monthly upload allowance will be increased from 40MB to 500MB. Each month, you get reset to a fresh 500MB.
Attach and sync files
As a free user your notes can contain text, audio, images, and PDFs. Once you go Premium, you can put any type of file into your notes, including Word docs, PowerPoint presentations, Photoshop files, and just about anything else. Then, watch as these files sync and become accessible from anywhere.
Offline notebooks on iPhone and iPod Touch
Take any and all of your notebooks offline. Not only does this make accessing your notes faster, but it also means you can browse and search even when there’s no network connection available.
Search through your PDFs
When a Premium user throws a scanned document PDF into Evernote, we run it through our servers making the text searchable.
Collaborate with others
You can share your notebooks with individuals and the world through Evernote Web. Premium users can allow other to both view and edit their notes, turning Evernote into a great collaboration tool.
- No ads in the desktop and web versions
- One business day response for your support requests
- Priority treatment by our image recognition technology
- Better security through SSL encryption
You can switch from free to Premium and back to free at any time and you’ll never lose anything you created while you were Premium.
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