Special One-Time Offers!
In advance of the 1.0 BrainTool release a free lifetime subscription coupon is being offered to any existing user who contributes to it’s success by performing one of the following*:
Posting an honest 5 star review on the Chrome or Edge Web Store.
This option is no longer available due to a strict interpretation of the Google terms of Service.
- A positive review or mention on a social network feed**, newsletter, blog post etc.
- Posting actionable feedback on the BrainTool Discussion Group.
* Send a link showing the post to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you the coupon code. Do all 3 and I'll send you 3 coupons!
** See @ABrainTool on Twitter, Instagram and FaceBook
If you’d prefer to just pay and/or want to show support, please do go ahead and purchase a license. In return you can make use of the EarlyFinancerDiscount coupon code to receive 50% off your subscription forever.
BrainTool Introductory Pricing
Up to 300 saved items
Import and export Browser Bookmarks
Import-from and export-to local text file in readable org-mode format.
Optional continuous sync to Google Drive (again in plain text).
Full text search on links, descriptions and notes.
Tab Group naming
Unlimited saved items
Multi-file support with per-Topic files.
Ability to sync with local files, drop-box or github.
Full session save. Live sessions.
Deep search on contents of saved pages.
Capture and save in-page highlights
Tags and bi-directional linking.
$3.99/mo or $40/yr
BrainTool Pricing and Data Philosophy
There’s a free version of BrainTool for a couple reasons. Mainly because I want a lot of people to use it. But also because I initially built it for myself and I used a lot of free software and resources to do so, so it seems nice to share!
There’s been a trend for the last while to give software away for free and make money off of the data you can collect and sell. BrainTool strives to take a completely hands off approach to your data. Your data is yours, BrainTool uses it with your permission to provide you tools to manage, organize and access it. With a subscription you are paying for those tools and their continued improvement, and keeping your data to yourself.
Part of the BrainTool philosophy is to avoid locking you in. You already have continuous access to your data in a re-usable format but in addition, any user paid up for at least a year can discontinue their subscription and still retain access to their currently active version of the BrainTool software (i.e. with no further updates until the subscription is reactivated).