Evernote’s premium package adds a bunch of extra features to the online jotter if you’re willing to pay the price. Now though, if you’ve got a mobile, fixed-line or broadband contract with Deutsche Telekom, a deal between the companies means you’ll be able to skip that 40 euro annual charge (around $52) and enjoy the power-user suite free for a year. Don’t get down if you’ve already forked out, though, as current premium subscribers can just tag that extra year onto the end of their cycle. In addition, Evernote has added another feature for premium users worldwide it calls “Document Search,” which’ll rifle through various note-attached files created in MS Office, iWork or OpenOffice. If you happen to be on Deutsche Telekom’s books, you can sign up for your free premium account at the link below. Then again, you’ve got until the back end of September 2014 to claim, so you could always clip this and get to it later.
Via: The Next Web