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philllie

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  1. Hi i am still evaluating evernote, thus using the free version. Unfortunately I had to detect, that evernote uses business-methods that are not really trustworthy. - every month, with less data you reach the 60mb limit. with this practise I sooner reached this limited every month (without taking bigger or more notes). -Now I did today "reach" the new period with 30 days left. But my limit does not start at 0mb again. On one client i start with 45mb already taken on the other the full 60mb are already taken, so i cant take any notes for the whole month. it is understanable that a free version is limited and that evenote tries to make users to upgrade. but doing it the way evernote does it - it only makes you looking somewhere else. sorry, that's very unfair, inaccebtable and not honest. just tell us, there is no free version anymore and we accept it - but don't cheat.
  2. Hi I started my evernote account in autumn last year and still use the free version with a limit of 60mb. At the beginning, it was more than enough for my needs, but during the last m I noted that every month i reached the limit earlier - without using evernote more (or saving more or bigger notes. It seemed to me very obvious, that every month I can save less data for the same 60mb limit. Since month's change of my acoount I watched closer: a few notes with text and a low-size image, which only needed a 1 mb locally, resulted in 15mb evernote-notes. It seems to confirm my impressions. therefore: has anyone noted this phenomena? I get the impression, that evernote somehow plays tricks so that you upgrade your version. while I would certainly to so, If my needs start to climb and I am aware, that one should not complain about a free program. nevertheless I also don't want to be tricked and expext the offered free limit to be real. If this is not the case, I want to rather leave evernote than to upgrade. would appreciate your inputs.
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