Evernote accounts will limit free access to two devices and you expensive rates for subscriptions

Perhaps in Romania it is used less, but in many countries, Evernote is a service attended all desktop and mobile devices.
Lately more and more are barely visible as large companies tend to limit free services and urge users to paid packages. Google withdrew many free services and exchange of subscription packages. Microsoft recently announced the withdrawal of bonuses free storage for OneDrive and withdrawal of tariff plan subscription with little in exchange for a more expensive subscriptions.
Now it is free Evernote to announce restricting users and increase subscriptions Premium si Addition.
In a statement on the company's official blog, Evernote CEO, Chris O'Neill announces that all free accounts will be restricted to two devices. Such synchronization will not be able to carry only one device and one mobile Desktop, Desktop or two on two mobile devices.Premium subscriptions si AdditionWhich currently cost $ 3.99 / month or $ 34.99/ Year, respectively$ 7.99 / month or $ 69.99 / yearwill increase by $ 2.99 si $ 4.99.

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These paid subscriptions will remain valid account sync across multiple devices.

It remains to be seen whether this will be a loss or a gain for the company, considering the fact that currently, OneNote (By microsoft) Is a free service and it is almost similiar.
OneNote application is integrated very well in Windows 10, and for mobile devices, iOS, Android and Windows Phone is constantly updated and new features and options are being brought to it.

Evernote accounts will limit free access to two devices and you expensive rates for subscriptions

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