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Evernote now available to everyone in free and premium flavors

I have written a few times about the Evernote application and beta testing that has been going on for a couple of months. I was pleased to see Evernote announce that the full version is now available to download and install.
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Written by Matthew Miller, Contributor writer on

I have written a few times about the Evernote application and beta testing that has been going on for a couple of months. I was pleased to see Evernote announce that the full version is now available to download and install. The full version comes in both free and subscription-based configurations, depending on your needs.

Evernote is available for Windows, Mac, iPhone, Windows Mobile, and any other device or computer that has internet access. Over 120,000 users participated in the invitation-only beta over the last four months and the product is very refined and powerful. There have been several major updates (Facebook and blog integration, PDF support, to-do lists, and more) and this latest release includes a redesigned Evernote Web UI and a new version of the Web Clipper bookmarklet.

The free alternative gives you a 40MB monthly upload allowance while Premium subscribers get a 500MB monthly allowance, priority access to image recognition servers, stronger security options, and premium support. The Premium subscription is available for US$5/month or US$45/year.

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