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One of the Best Productivity Apps Is Offering a Rare, Limited-Time Deal

This deal is valid now through the end of the month, January 31.


Evernote is one of the most popular note-taking and all-around productivity apps out there. It’s technically free to use, but more frequent users likely pay for Evernote Premium, its premium service that gets you more high-end features; these features include the ability to work offline, access Evernote on unlimited devices, and the ability to forward emails directly into Evernote so that you can save them with related notes. Plus it gets you way more storage (up to 10GB of uploads per month).

Evernote Premium is undoubtedly the better service, but it’s also significantly more expensive; Evernote Premium costs $8/month or $70/year. If you use Evernote but the price of “Premium” has scared you away from upgrading, now is a great time to reconsider. That’s because to start the new year, Evernote is offering its premium service for 40-percent off.

There’s no special code required for this deal. Just go to the company’s website, sign in to your existing account, click “Upgrade to Premium” and then following the necessary payment steps.

If you’re creating an account for the first time, you need to do so on a computer to get the 40-percent-off discount — just go to the Evernote homepage and use the Premium offer banner that pops up once you enter the website. (Update: If you create an account on mobile, you won’t see the promotion at all.)

This deal only applies to one-year subscriptions. It’s 40-percent off so you’ll save $28 on the normally $70 subscription. This deal is valid now through the end of the month, January 31.

Buy Now: $70 $42 (Year Subscription)

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