Day One Goes Premium
Paul Mayne

This is what happens when a project with great design but awful business leadership can’t figure out their own operational mode. Very VERY disappointed.

The decision of whether or not a service should be provided via subscription is something that, if you don’t want to infuriate your user base, ought to be confidently made right from the get go.

This kind of unannounced move usually stems either from a pretty greedy practice culture or a pretty dumb one. I’m thinking perhaps both in this case now.

I paid for 1.0, the I paid for 2.0 and I won’t pay for a premium ‘future functionalities +10' bullshite.

It’s almost insulting to think users are this much manoeuvrable.

I am looking for your competition AND changing my Apple Store review as we speak Day One..

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