Bear 2.0 is finally close.

Bear Blog: “In the next month or two, we hope to ship Bear 2 with over 20 great new features including tables, Markdown hiding, Backlinks, an all-new sketching tool, document scanning, folding sections, footnotes, RTL language support, and more.”

As you might have guessed, it's coming with a price increase for new users: $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year. The price will remain the same for existing users: $1.49 per month or $14.99 per year.

I used to be a big fan of Bear, but I moved to Apple Notes a few years ago. Now, I have a dilemma. Should I subscribe to protect the old price, even though I'm not currently using the app?

I subscribed monthly at $1.49, which is $2.89 more than if I had done the annual payment but this way I cancel anytime if I choose to. Now, I'm protected at the old price if I want to use Bear in the future.

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