Evernote and O2

 

I’m a big fan of Evernote and I use it an awful lot in my day-to-day work. I’ve got workflows setup that automatically append notes from Drafts whenever I have an idea about a blog post I’d like to write, a book I’d like to buy, apps I’d like to try out. As well as this, I love keeping PDF’s in Evernote for certain functions of my life and I have come to rely on the OCR functionality that the Premium subscription gives me.

Now, the cost of Evernote Premium isn’t huge when you break it down - it’s around £2.99 per month if you pay for it monthly. However my friend Indie pointed out to me the other day that if you are an O2 subscriber, you are an entitled to pick up an Evernote Premium subscription for free.

I think that if you have your mobile phone with O2 there is no excuse whatsoever to not give Evernote Premium a try. It’s a really good offer and I reckon that this may have slipped under the radar of a lot of current O2 subscribers.

So I’m putting it out there! Premium subscriptions give you the following benefits. - Offline Notebooks. This is very handy if you are storing your travel documents within Evernote - Smarter Searching. With OCR taking place in the cloud as you upload documents and images, you are able to search these documents when they are in your Notebooks, either on-line or off-line. - Higher Upload limit. You can upload 1GB of files monthly as opposed to 100MB - Collaboration Features

All this as well as more. Take a look at the features you can get at Evernote’s Website
If you are an O2 subscriber and want to take advantage of your entitlement, then visit O2’s site here for information.