The digital paper brand reMarkable made some positive announcements today that makes their class leading e-reader and e-writer in the reMarkable series more attractive .
We’ve seen some changes to the service part of the reMarkable over the last year, but this time around the changes are all about including more services for free, significantly reduced subscription costs, and adding new features.
Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive integration, handwriting conversion, send by email, and Screen Share are now available to all.
There’s been some serious changes to Connect cloud service too. The storage time has changed and the price of the subscription has dropped from $8 a month to $3, while reMarkable 2 owners can even get a protection plan for their device.
The company also announced that they will roll out new features on their platform, such as the ability to created documents with mixed handwritten and typed text, improved handwriting conversions, infinite vertical scrolling, as well as new synching features between the reMarkable and other devices.
– Tom Bowen