Evernote has released version 6.8 of its eponymous information management app with the addition of Google Drive integration, enabling you to add documents, slides, sheets, and files as attachments or links. The update also makes it easier to share a notebook and manage permissions, fixes a bug that prevented connecting an Evernote account with a LinkedIn account, improves Spotlight integration, and enables Evernote Business users to connect Salesforce accounts. Note that the Mac App Store remains stuck at version 6.7.1 as of this writing.
At the end of June 2016, Evernote announced that it was raising prices on paid plans while limited the free Basic tier to two devices. If you are a Basic user, the app walks you through the process of choosing the two devices you want to keep, but you can also sign into Evernote via the Web and select your devices via this page. The company has also clarified that the browser-based Evernote Web does not count as a device, enabling you to access Evernote via a Web browser from as many computers as you like. (Free from Evernote or the Mac App Store,
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