Zetawilk wrote:Scrivener is amazing for organizing your projects into multiple levels, and breaking them up into as many pieces as you need. It may not do much for composition, but you can get the most important stuff underway with this software.
I would not condone paying $50 for it. I wouldn't even condone paying $25 for it on sale or discount. For utility software, that price is absurd. Also keep in mind that they haven't yet updated the Windows version to Scrivener 3
So... let me get this straight; Scrivener is amazing, it's not worth $25, yet you still have the audacity to complain that Windows version 3 hasn't been released yet (despite there being new FREE beta builds every couple of weeks).
How exactly do you think software development is funded? Having worked in software development myself for the thick end of four decades, I can assure you that it's both a) time-consuming and b) expensive. A job made even more difficult by people like you who wrongly believe we should be doing it for free. Do YOU work for free? Or do you expect a wage at the end of the week?
I really cannot begin to comprehend which moon of Jupiter you live on if you think Scrivener is both amazing, yet NOT worth $25.