I use Evernote on an almost daily basis. While the service is clearly doing some things right, I’m getting increasingly fed up with some of the limitations. What’s more, the company isn’t doing much to make me want to upgrade my account.
So I’m thinking about switching to something else. I don’t make great use of some of the app’s most powerful integrations, and a simpler solution could offer more flexibility in the areas I value most.
Today I’m going to take a look at some of those frustrations, and how they stack up against the competition.
1. Evernote Free Is Severely Limited When I use a service for free, I don’t expect the world. But when Evernote cracked down on free accounts back in 2016, they neutered the service for a large number of lightweight users. The company is well within their rights to do this, but whichever way you spin it the free option is no longer competitive.
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