Evernote Change In Price: It Won’t Affect Users In India

Officially confirmed. If you have friends in India or you belong to India, do spread this out there to let people become more productive with the help of Evernote.

Evernote users recently vent anger after the company changed its pricing schemes. The modified scheme restricts a “free” user from syncing the notes across unlimited devices (as it was before). However, now it allows syncing across 2 devices only (a bad news for most of the free users!).

That’s not the end of the story. It has increased the prices of the plans by 40%. So, the monthly and yearly price for “Evernote Plus” upgradations increased from $2.99 to $3.99 and $24.99 to $34.99 respectively. Similarly, the monthly and yearly price for “Evernote Premium” upgradations increased from $5.99 to $7.99 and $49.99 to $69.99 respectively. In a nutshell, the pricing is damn too high unless Evernote doesn’t really introduce something out-of-the-box soon enough, to justify the worth.

Surprisingly, at the same moment, I was planning to upgrade to Evernote Plus. And, knowing about the change in pricing structure raised confusions. When observed carefully, there was no change in price for Indian users (i.e in terms of Indian currency – INR). As mentioned in their official blog post, it may take a while to reflect changes everywhere. But fortunately, we got the confirmation that there would be no change in price for the users in India. The team at Evernote, after consulting with their billing department informed us about it.

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So, the Evernote users (paid customers or users who are willing to upgrade) in India won’t have to search for alternatives now. That being said, there’s nothing that can be done, Evernote would still loose a lot of free users after modifying the pricing scheme. But, it would still appeal to the Indian users who are willing to upgrade it and a very good news for the paid customers in India.

In addition, the current price scheme for India includes – 850 INR per year for Evernote Plus and 1500 INR per year for Evernote Premium. You can get to know more at Evernote’s pricing plan page.

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