Update: 9/2/17 Responding to the developer's question for a more appropriate pricing model: Take a look at Omnifocus' model. They release mobile versions of their software as paid apps, support them for a year or two, then they release a major new version. Users are not forced to upgrade and can keep using the old version of the app. Original Review: The developer tricks users into updating to a paid version with an obnoxiously high subscription price and no extra features. To the dev: I'd be interested in knowing how many users you converted to paying customers compared to those you seriously pissed off. There are other ways to monetize an app. You can do better.
Cool app until the update brought with it a ridiculous price to access your projects. Now just waiting for the next team to make a competitor for this with a more reasonable monetisation option.
Why on Earth would the app itself have a subscription fee to use more than one project? The app has no infrastructure related to the projects. It's just an app that accesses a server I am self hosting... If you want me to pay a one-time fee to upgrade to the"pro" version, then fine. But I'm not subscribing to a service that has no service.
The app seems quite nice but the subscription fees are crazy. I might have considered it is it was a one time fee but this is just pure greed
Guys, this pricing is a joke... I've already paid for the web version, and another 5.99 for this........
Now have to pay to get access to multiple open source projects and not actually a taiga.io affiliated app. Uninstalled and switching away from taiga
We listened to your wishes and comments and significantly reduced the subscription prices
- Taskboard: fix sorting and fix loss of tasks
- Bug fixes for "Epics" screen for some users
- Shortcuts for sprints(Click "Add shortcut" on the sprint screen)
- Other bug fixes
- Bug fixes
- Bug fixes
- Fix Epics funnctionality