Evernote is a software for taking notes, organizing projects, and working with teams across platforms and devices. It can be downloaded to your computer or as an app on your mobile device. We compiled Evernote reviews from around the web and found that Evernote has mostly positive ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
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Summary of Evernote Reviews
What Evernote does well:
Users who gave Evernote a positive review liked that all their work is synced across all their devices.
What Evernote does not do well:
Users who gave Evernote a negative review thought that the recent change in pricing is too steep. They also thought the new limitations with the free version are stifling. These limitations include the removal of offline access and the decrease in the number of devices free users are allowed to sync.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site Software Advice said that since he works across multiple devices — desktop, tablet, and phone — he thinks it’s really handy to use Evernote for notes, lists, and document storage and retrieval across all the platforms he uses.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A review from Software Advice said that it’s inconvenient that the free version is only accessible when an internet connection is available. He also felt that the paid version costs more than he is willing to pay just to have access to his data when he’s offline.
Other Evernote Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Evernote reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Sept 20, 2017|
Evernote has four pricing options — Free, Plus, Premium, and Business. Prices range between $0 and $120 per year. The main differences between the plans include the ability to sync projects across multiple devices and access user files even when offline.
|Access Notebooks offline|
|Third Party Integrations|
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Evernote’s free account used to allow users to sync across multiple devices. Recent changes limited this to only two. For small businesses who need multiple users to access their account and collaborate on more than two devices at the same time, only the premium plans offer this functionality.
Images, videos, web pages, and PDFs are some of the things that can be clipped and added into any note created with Evernote. Users given links and permission to access to any of the Notebooks and files can collaborate on any project.