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We spoke to the developer behind gReader, and here's what's happening

We spoke to the developer behind gReader, and here's what's happening

The developer behind gReader has broken his four-year silence regarding both the app's lack of updates, recent customer complaints regarding intrusive advertisements, and the move to a subscription model. We had the chance to talk to the developer about these changes and, in short, they considered it the only way to continue developing the app. However, although the old Pro version isn't available on the Play Store anymore, customers can still download it from the project's GitHub, and prior Pro owners will get a one-year subscription under the new model.

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Excellent writing app JotterPad switches to subscriptions for cloud sync, ignores users who paid for one-time unlock

Excellent writing app JotterPad switches to subscriptions for cloud sync, ignores users who paid for one-time unlock

I love writing anything and everything, and since I get tons of ideas when I only have my phone with me, I need an excellent writing app on my phone. For more than 6 years, I've used JotterPad, Android's best writing app, to do so. I've sung the app's praises in 2014, was still enamored with it in 2018, and still can't find a decent replacement to it in 2020. So yes, this article is personal, and I'm fuming because JotterPad switched to a subscription model for cloud sync without a single warning or any clear communication to its existing users who paid for a one-time unlock.

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(Update: Pricing) Enpass is moving to a subscription model, promises not to charge existing Pro users

(Update: Pricing) Enpass is moving to a subscription model, promises not to charge existing Pro users

Enpass is one of the better password managers out there, especially if you want to choose your own cloud service or server for synchronization. It's also one of only a few that offer one-time purchases instead of recurring fees, but that's about to change. Enpass has announced that it's going to move to a subscription model, though it promises to keep features free for people who purchase the app before the switch happens.

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