How Much Do We Value Our Privacy?
As a Secure Note Platform, NotePond fully protects your notes and data in-transit and at-rest. Your secure notes & data can only be accessed using the correct decryption keys, which can only be given by you.
NotePond's Zero-Knowledge Key Management System prevents it from being able to access to your secure notes and data.
This means NotePond's sole mean of making money to pay our engineers, designers, marketers and supporting server infrastructures is to improve our software and hope that you will recognize and pay for its value.
No. You can start an unlimited trial for 60 days. At the end of the trial, you can choose to continue with the BASIC plan for FREE or upgrade to the PLUS plan which costs $4.99/month or $49.99/year.
All your existing secure notes will still be available for reading and editing. You won't be able to create new notes if you already have more than 300 notes though.
Yes, absolutely! Although, if you are cancelling because of an issue we can resolve, please let us know. We would love to have a chance to improve NotePond for you and everyone at the same time.
Give us a chance and hopefully we can change your mind about cancelling. Thank you.
Yes. We have a fair but liberal policy of 30-days money back guarantee. Just contact us and we'll work out the details.
NotePond is born in an environment where online data privacy is constantly under threat. To successfully protect your privacy, our platform must also be maintained and rapidly evolve.
This requires a serious & constant financial investment. Your recurring payment helps offset our operation costs.
For what it's worth, our BASIC plan is forever FREE. If you really want to support us financially but don't want to have recurring payment, please contact us and we'll work something out. Thank you in advance!
We hope not but we understand your concerns. NotePond addresses this issue on day one by allowing you to backup and export your secure notes and data at any point.
To future-proof NotePond, we put aside a portion of our income to create a non-profit or foundation to oversee and extend the protection of notes and data well into the distant future if we ever have to close our business.