Evernote Premium 40% off deal
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Evernote Premium 40% off deal

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Found 5th JanEdited by:"Newbold"
40% off a one year subscription to Evernote Premium, available for new and Evernote Basic accounts.


£27 instead of £44.99 for limited time only.


Not for everyone - the free version is fine for most people unless you want to use more than two devices. If you do need to have it available on more than two devices, though, this offer is cheaper than the Plus subscription.

OneNote is a free alternative - but it's rubbish.
Google Keep is another one - but it's much less versatile than Evernote.

I resent paying Evernote anything at all, but to get this sort of functionality across more than two devices it seems unfortunately to be inevitable. £44.99 - no way. £27 - worth consdering.
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Google Keep FTW :-)
Microsoft's OneNote is a free alternative to Evernote - but pretty rubbish by comparison. If there are any decent free alternatives to Evernote which function as well, available across several devices, please let us know.
Scorpion3 m ago

Google Keep FTW :-)


"Ultimately, Google Keep is useful for those who just want to make quick notes and lists on the go and aren't interested in creating a deep archive of content. It's also good for sharing lists with others, such as shopping lists. And it's completely free.

Evernote is a better choice if you want a database of notes, lists and Web content, and you want as many features as possible — even if you have to pay for them. The basic Evernote plan, which is quite useful, is free, but more advanced features require a paid plan."
Newbold49 m ago

Microsoft's OneNote is a free alternative to Evernote - but pretty rubbish …Microsoft's OneNote is a free alternative to Evernote - but pretty rubbish by comparison. If there are any decent free alternatives to Evernote which function as well, available across several devices, please let us know.


I agree that OneNote isn't intuitive and has a steep learning curve, but once you've got the hang of it it's brilliant ... and free of course.
Lock-in merchants, Hold you to ransom by sharply increasing prices/reducing terms. No Linux version so your deployment choices are limited. I used to recommend this product to everyone. Now I recommend escape.

We did that and now use a combination Simple Note for trivial personal 'note' stuff and open source NextCloud for integrating and synchronising files across a network. Both free and platform agnostic.
Edited by: "brainsys" 5th Jan
Horrendous company. Don't warn you when your year is up and don't even send you a thank you email when they "steal" the money out of your account. Clearly hoping you don't actually notice. Also don't give any refunds. Avoid.
Google Keep works beautifully for me and it's intuitive and free.
brainsys1 h, 34 m ago

Lock-in merchants, Hold you to ransom by sharply increasing …Lock-in merchants, Hold you to ransom by sharply increasing prices/reducing terms. No Linux version so your deployment choices are limited. I used to recommend this product to everyone. Now I recommend escape.We did that and now use a combination Simple Note for trivial personal 'note' stuff and open source NextCloud for integrating and synchronising files across a network. Both free and platform agnostic.


Have to agree with you - up to a point. I'd love to switch, and I've tried all the alternatives mentioned here, but none of them function remotely as well as Evernote.

Hoping someone comes up with a real competitor that does the job as well - for free.
Used to be great. Used to use it to hold lots of research and work stuff as well as important personal information. Now I've just moved it over to Google Drive. Evernote never got their notebook and tag system to be as efficient as they like to make out. And then they wacked up the price, restricted its use and wondered why people left for alternatives. I don't miss it.

Onenote is great. I use it everyday to stay organised and capture information but I always thought it was very different to Evernote.
Interesting views. Any recommendations as to the best way to migrate? Forget OneNote, though - it's particularly appalling.
Pokey5th Jan

Onenote is great.


Experiences do differ greatly. My issues with OneNote are:

* Many sync issues that it can't self resolve
* Importing a PDF or PPTX inserts a print out which is not effectively searchable. Despite PPTX and OneNote both being Microsoft products.
* Freeform text boxes result in side scrolling when I switch between different devices
* No PDF annotation option. Only image insert as above with text overlay. But if you delete page 3, page 4-x don't move up with their annotations, leaving big gaps.

I do wish it was better in these areas, everyone likes free software.


Scorpion5th Jan

Google Keep FTW :-)


These are not really comparable, but can achieve the same goal, if that goal is more simple notes. Evernote sits between Keep and GDrive. The instant nature of EN searching, viewing and switching notes trumps GDrive. The breadth of size, formatting, inserts trumps Keep. Also since Google Assistant no longer "add bacon to my shopping list" uses Keep, it's use is getting less and less.
ShockClown5th Jan

Horrendous company. Don't warn you when your year is up and don't even …Horrendous company. Don't warn you when your year is up and don't even send you a thank you email when they "steal" the money out of your account. Clearly hoping you don't actually notice. Also don't give any refunds. Avoid.


This is how all subscriptions work surely? Netflix did the same, it's our responsibility to be aware of what our outgoing are. I have a Google Calendar where I input all my subscription dates from EN, to Netflix, to car insurance. Then you can set default reminders.

What did you want? Them to stop the subscription and you lose the Pro/Premium features that you had originally requested?
Pokey5th Jan

Used to be great. Used to use it to hold lots of research and work stuff …Used to be great. Used to use it to hold lots of research and work stuff as well as important personal information. Now I've just moved it over to Google Drive. Evernote never got their notebook and tag system to be as efficient as they like to make out. And then they wacked up the price, restricted its use and wondered why people left for alternatives. I don't miss it.Onenote is great. I use it everyday to stay organised and capture information but I always thought it was very different to Evernote.


How do you find using GDrive for quick notes? I did try it as my main tool for a while, but found that not being able to search quickly, view note text quickly and move between notes a show stopper. Am I missing a trick?
MySecretUser6 h, 8 m ago

How do you find using GDrive for quick notes? I did try it as my main tool …How do you find using GDrive for quick notes? I did try it as my main tool for a while, but found that not being able to search quickly, view note text quickly and move between notes a show stopper. Am I missing a trick?


I'd more likely use Onenote for quick notes. I don't find the search function of GD to be a drawback.
FYI 40% offer still available, but you need to "find" it.

I downloaded the Windows desktop app. I had already installed app on two devices, so it prompted me to unpair one device - or get 40% off my yearly subscription.

40% off is only for the first year I believe, unfortunately.
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