Like many many people some of my favourite apps that I use on my computer, mobile devices and web versions are:

I won’t go into detail as to why I use them daily, or why I’m not using the Google variant, but I will say that they are very much worthwhile checking out.

The real issue I have, is that I would like to use the pro-version of these apps, but can’t bring myself to invest that much money for any of these products.

I am most likely to pay for Dropbox, but it is out of my price range.

The current cheapest price point is:

100GB of storage for $10/month or $100/year.

What I would like is:

50GB of storage for $5/month or $50/year.

I will probably succomb to the extra cost, and pay for this.

Wunderlist is very functional in its free form. What you get extra is assign tasks to people, and file attachment.

The current cheapest price point is:

4.49€/month or 44.99€/year

What I would be willing to is:

$2/month or $20/year

Evernote is again very functional in its free from. You are limited to 60 mb/month for free, and do not have offline viewing of notes on mobile. There are some other bonuses.

The current cheapest price point is:

$5/month or $45/year

What I would be willing to pay:

$2/month or $20/year

All three of these apps I use daily, and I love them, and I recommend them. I feel bad not paying for them, but if they had a slightly more economical option, I would gladly hand over my money. I would actually pay $2/month even without getting more functionality.

On another note, another product I love is Mint.com and they don’t even have a pro or paid option. I would surely pay for that as well, especially if they hit me up in the sweet spot of $20/year.

 

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