With the update to 3.0.0. Memex we'll launch our brand new sync and backup architecture, offering users multi-device sync, auto-backup and tablet support, also change in licenses.
Also Memex will go back-to-beta with all ongoing subscriptions waived.
- Note: Firefox release is delayed. Why?
- Memex now syncs across unlimited devices and provides auto-backup to the cloud.
- Memex Go, our mobile app, now supports annotating websites on tablet sized mobile devices
- Effective immediately, we are cancelling all ongoing subscriptions and Memex can be used 100% free to use while Memex is in beta.
- You can support us with the Pioneer Plan that gives you 3 years of Memex subscription at a 60% discount, once we reinstate the subscription plans (Q1/2, 2022)
- Memex and Memex Go are still local first tools. To facilitate the backup, sync and collaboration functionality, we also have a Firebase backend.
- Changing our open-source licenses to the 'Source Available' license 'PolyForm Noncommercial License 1.0.0'., allowing free use and modification of the code unless used for building a commercial product out of it.
- More about our decision for this step (click triangle)
Why are we waiving your subscriptions?
With the launch of the multi-device sync, a substantial part of our infrastructure is new, our collaboration features are in an early state and generally Memex has a lot of rough edges. At this point we don't feel comfortable charging you for the Memex service.
Instead we want to work with you in the next 6 months to get Memex to a state where we feel like the price matches the value you'll get out of it.
What you need to do
- If you're using Memex already: Just follow the instructions on the dashboard on how to migrate.
- If you are an existing premium subscriber:
Your remaining subscription time is allocated as credits to your account. You'll be able to use them as soon as we'll charge subscriptions again.