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There are many people, like me, who prefer not to be on a monthly / annual subscription, but pay once for life. So a kind of lifetime license for pro versions.
May 31, 2020
Yes I also want to buy it for lifetime.
September 23, 2022
🤣 Yea right
August 24, 2022
My suggestion is having a 5 year plan (like standard notes’) so everyone can be happy: the cash will keep flowing in a bigger time frame, customers that prefer paying for longer licenses will save money and it stimulates the philosophy of maintaining the project “for ever“
July 27, 2022
I hope there's no lifetime deal for this amazing product. Been a big fan of the development and new infrastructure along with UI improvements over the last few years. I would gladly continue to pay and support Rustem. $28/year is a great price versus expecting it to be $60/year.
July 13, 2022
Nah, don't do this! Not sustainable business for you. This is outdated model for desktop apps. Happy pay annual, since I use Raindrop every day.
May 28, 2022
I would buy this in an instant. I've been a paid user since the beginning and would love invest in the long term success!
April 9, 2022
Make it a limited feature with a limit on how many can sign up for it. Would work great to create an initial cash flow.
March 16, 2022
Chiming in on the lifetime license option. Without judgment of why (or should) software companies offer a Lifetime option - I am observing that MANY software companies are now offering lifetime options. I am guessing it is to bring in needed cash early in the software development, which allows them to create a better product that ultimately gets them to larger counts of paid subscriptions.
I also think it takes into account that a high percentage of customers drop off after a few months or a few years. By locking those customers with a larger lifetime fee - everybody gets what they want.
I very much like the option - and ALWAYS take it for software that I really like when available. Not uncommon is a 3-5 year annual fee.
I would LOVE for raindrop to offer a lifetime license for a limited time, giving them development funds to further develop an already EXCELLENT product - that will attract substantially higher counts of subscribers.
February 9, 2022
People who suggest things like this clearly don't understand the economics of the real world and/or have never had to make payroll for themselves.
January 29, 2022
Marc van Breemen
Very bad idea. I guess your employer also doesn't give you a one-off lifetime salary?
I personally always stay away from services/products that offer such licenses. Also when they offer "unlimited" plans.
That's a very bad business model. If people don't like a subscription model, then they're free to go else where. It's better to have less users who pay the subscription that have many with an idiotic lifetime license.
January 24, 2022
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