Note-taking app Evernote has unveiled price changes for its Plus and Premium packages. At the same time, it has restricted its free Basic package to only two devices.
Users are, as you might expect, not happy about being asked to pay more for the same service, and they're looking to jump ship.
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But what services can take over from Evernote?
Let's take a look:
Five excellent alternatives to Evernote
So, which should you choose? To be honest, that's one question I can't answer, so I suggest that you try what's on offer and see what fits in best with your workflow.
Or you can just pay Evernote and keep using what's familiar.