Evernote didn't make too many friends following its recent decision to raise prices on its paid services and limit the free version of its app to just two devices.If you ask me, there's no compelling reason for most iPhone and Mac users to pay for Evernote when Apple Notes offers a lot of the same features and costs nothing.
Apple Notes does use your iCloud account storage, but it'll take up a negligible amount of space.
So, how do you make the switch if you've been an Evernote user all this time?
Luckily, it's really easy to migrate your Evernote notes to Apple Notes.First, make sure you have the Mac version of Evernote and log in.
Also make sure your Mac is running El Capitan, the current version of the Mac OS that includes the updated version of Apple Notes.
You can upgrade to El Capitan in the Mac App Store.