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This is a note-taking application that was founded in 2000 to help people take notes, create drawings store photos and it can store audio or web content.

What is Evernote

This is a cross-platform device. Wait, what do I mean by a cross-platform device or app. Well, you can use it on:

  • Android
  • iOS
  • macOS
  • Windows

It has several plans you can subscribe to:

  • Free
    • Sync up to 2 devices
    • 25 mb max note size
    • 60 MB monthly upload size
  • Premium
    • $7.99 a month
      • Sync unlimited devices
      • 200 mb Max note size
      • 10 GB monthly upload limit
  • Business
    • A lot of options

As I said this was founded in 2000 by Stepan Pachikov, and by the end of 2014 it got

  • 2010
    • $20 Million
    • $50 Million
    • $70 Million
  • 2012
    • $85 Million
  • 2014
    • $20 Million

Now that is a lot of money. I wish I could raise that much.

It went live on a beta on June 24, 2008 and by the time July 2011 came around it has 1 million users.

I became a member in 2012

Apps and Tools

It has the following apps or tools you can use

  • Scannable
  • Skitch
  • Web Clipper
  • You can have your email forward to Evernote as well.
    • Wait, how does that work. Does all of your mail get forwarded. Well if you want it to, but why. I have a special email address that I have a rule set up in my Exchange server to send all the email from that address to Evernote. 

My opinion

Of course I am going to give my opinion on this option. This is a great product and I use it a lot. I have a lot of notes in there and I have my receipts forward to Evernote so I can find them if needed. It makes it nice. My use of Evernote has evolved over the years. I really like this app. Yes, I pay for it, but don’t tell my wife.

This is my own opinion and I wasn’t paid to write this review.

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