I have been a big fan of Evernote for years and have also been a premium subscriber for a couple of years. I especially enjoy using the iPad version that gives me almost a desktop like experience on a mobile device. Last night, Evernote announced new premium features with immediate availability. Premium subscribers will now get Note History and the ability to upload files up to 50MB in size.
Note History can be thought of as versioning where Evernote will take snapshots of your notes and contents several times a day to see if notes have been changed. If they have, then these versions will be saved on their servers and you will have a running history of your edited notes. There is no limit to the number of snapshots and the old versions won't count against your monthly note quota.
Note History is currently only available via Evernote Web, but will be coming to the desktop and mobile versions eventually. It looks like this capability will be especially useful for shared notebooks where yo collaborate with a team of people.
50MB note limit
Existing premium subscribers have a 25MB note limit so now this has been doubled as a part of your subscription. Evernote lets you upload more than just text notes so you can store PowerPoint presentations, Photoshop files, and more large documents. There is still currently a 500MB limit per month, but Evernote is working on that as well.
What is a Premium subscriber?
As you can see on the Premium page you can sign up for this subscription for just $5/month or $45/year. I prefer the $45/year method so I don't have to worry about a monthly fee and save some money too.
Here are the features of a Premium subscription:
500MB upload of notes per month (compared to 40MB for Free users)
Single note size of 50MB (compared to 25MB for Free users)
Upload ANY file type to your account
Faster image recognition
The great thing about Evernote is that you can try it out for free and it works across so many devices and computers.