It's a buck a year people! I don't think the guy is trying to "rip people off". I can understand if you don't want to pay it (I guess) but all the anger seems so out of place. I love what the app does and I'll pay the dude a dollar a year. The app does a better job at what it's designed for than any other I tried.
Excellent I've been using this app for quite a long while and the things it can do are superb. Not to mention the communicative developer whom I feel very bad for as he tries to adjust his business model to provide a service. The backlash is amazing. Empathy is truly lost to some people.
Solid Tracker Tried out a ton of trackers. I like this one.
Bad tactics by developer Agree with other reviewers and have no idea why my review gets removed
Rip-off!!! I have dozens of apps (Wunderlist, Evernote, MyFitness Pro, calendars, diaries ...) that backup to their own servers and don't charge an annual fee. The tiny amount of data stored in Keeptrack Pro doesn't come close to the tons of data I store in Evernote for free. If every app charged a couple bucks a year it would really add up. I will be looking for new tracking app.
When I buy an app I expect to get future updates, too. To start a "new" app which is essentially the same and make people pay again is ridiculous. The reasoning that cloud storage is more safe than local storage is opaque to me especially for an app that is tracking private information in most use cases. IMO the cloud storage argument is a smokescreen to justify a subscription fee. I understand that developers want to monetarize their apps but if the business model is sustainable or not shouldn't be my concern when I buy an app. You have to figure that out yourself beforehand. If it turns out to be unsustainable then change it for new customers who are able to decide if they want the product for the new price or not.
- Marshmallow support