Email this morning announced Jott is "out of beta", meaning there is now tiered pricing. [For those who don't know, Jott is a service that transcribes voice messages into text, which can then be emailed or sent to other programs, et cetera.] There seem to be four possibilities: a free, minimal service with ads, a basic service ($3.95/month), and a premium service($12.95/month), plus a pay-as-you-go option. Links to "premium services" like Google Calendar, Remember the Milk or Toodledo require a paid account. Jott is also introducing a desktop app (using Adobe air for off-the-net use) and some kind of Outlook connection.
I am curious as to how other Jott users will react. I have been using Jott a bit more the last few months, but I will probably stop using it. While the transcriptions are very good, Jott's attempts to add value with, e.g., list management tools seem only fair to me. The primary value of Jott to me is to route stuff into other, better services, and I am paying less for these than I would for Jott.