goes freemium with a slew of new features, costing $5/month or $45/year

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We’ve covered Israel-based startup for a number of years, and today the popular productivity-focused task-management app has received a huge cross-platform update. With 11 million users in the bag, has done a good job of building a solid user base in what is a competitive space. But there comes a day when a company must translate user numbers into paying customers, especially with investors to appease. With that in mind, is unveiling a new premium subscription model, which brings a host of new features into the mix for a monthly or annual fee. In ‘Settings,’ you’ll see...

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