Evernote , the popular personal information and productivity app that last week announced another $85 million in financing and more than 45 million users, is continuing to expand its platform to cover evermore circles of use cases. Today, the company is officially rolling out Evernote Business , an enterprise-focused, premium version of the app that it first introduced in beta in August . As of today, the app is live in seven countries: France, Germany, Switzerland, the US, Canada, Japan, and the U.S. Available on as app for Mac, iOS, Android and Windows Desktop, it is one more step for Evernote to build an international business (not just a service) around its core concept of storing your information: Evernote Business users are charged on a $10 per user, per month basis. Evernote Business is an example of how the company turns into a product something that was already a part of Evernote usage — the same motivation that drove the creation of spinoff apps like Evernote Food and contacts app Evernote Hello.
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