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Hi, I use Evernote only on my PC and nowhere else, not even on my phone. So, is it necessary to upgrade? Because I'm constantly getting the upgrade window and it shows I've crossed 95% of my allowed space. So, is it necessary?
We've seen Springpad bite the dust, Catch before that, etc. What if EN would have to toss the towel in the ring? In which format should one export one's notes to be able to import them into another app? EN state that the enex format allows import into any other app. But I have not come across an enex import option in other apps. So which is it? I have the Windows version of EN, but this question is pertinent to the Mac version too I imagine.
Evernote got me hooked from the get-go. I immediately organized my whole life with it - I got rid of all my silly Notes on my iPad and integrated everything with tags into Evernote. So when I found out that I could not access my content on my iPad when not connected to the internet, I was slightly put out. But then I thought, this is a great tool, and the initial use is free, so I cannot complain much about the restricted access when off the grid. I knew there was a Premium option, so when I had internet again, I went to go subscribe. That's when I got sticker shock. I am a humble consumer. I simply use Evernote to keep track of my personal life. The most it gets of my "business" is keeping track of ideas for illustrations, etc. but my starving artist act doesn't pay the bills. So seeing that the only way to access my content offline was to pay $5USD a month or $45USD a year really struck me as too much. I don't need all of the extra bells and whistles. Perhaps one day searchable PDFs would be something I need, but I'm not a student, and I'm not a highly paid contractor. Both prices seem a bit much to pay for my small space on the internet. Has there been any discussion on creating a "medium-grade" premium membership? Something a little less expensive, with less of the bells and whistles of the premium membership, but with the much-needed ability to access files off-line? Because I would pay for that. But I cannot justify $45 a year to be slightly more organized than just using the Notes and Reminders apps on my iPad, both of which are free, though agreeably not as super-awesome as Evernote. Or perhaps a one-time payment of $25 or whatever, with a limited amount of space, and the option to "upgrade" to more space for an additional fee? I just feel like the paid service is an all or nothing approach, and I'd be much more willing to spend my money if I felt like I was paying for what I wanted, and not the extra 300+ channels that I'll never watch (like cable TV, yes?). Please tell me this is something Evernote would consider!