Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:53 am Post
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Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:10 pm Post
KB wrote: an app consistently (and still) in the top 30 top-grossing Mac App Store apps has "fallen off the grid", though.
Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:59 pm Post
Jaysen wrote:KB wrote: an app consistently (and still) in the top 30 top-grossing Mac App Store apps has "fallen off the grid", though.
Wait. Did I read that right? Scriv in the top 30 big boys on app store?
Have I ever stated how much I respect the approach you've taken in developing L&L? (and scriv, but that is based on the L&L ethic).
Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:10 pm Post
KB wrote:I'm not sure how you can claim that an app consistently (and still) in the top 30 top-grossing Mac App Store apps has "fallen off the grid", though.
Fri Dec 06, 2013 3:02 pm Post
Sun Dec 08, 2013 5:10 pm Post
Jaysen wrote:Wait. Did I read that right? Scriv in the top 30 big boys on app store?
KB wrote:There is only a single developer on the Mac version (me), too, for your information - it's how most indie software is created - and throwing more people at a problem isn't necessarily the path to better software. And it's certainly not the path to profitable, maintainable software for small software houses.
Tue Dec 10, 2013 3:04 pm Post
patoot wrote:You have no way to measure accurately the abandonment of a product, except perhaps metrics involving paid upgrades via your own online store. In my own little world, I know of at least a dozen license holders, and I know that two-thirds of them have abandoned Scrivener because their workflow includes heavy usage of the iPad... Especially as more and more are not lugging laptops into the field for writing or rewrites, but iPads and an external keyboard.
Sat Dec 14, 2013 6:56 pm Post
patoot wrote:You need to put the iOS project on Kickstarter.
There are enough people who have been waiting forever, it feels, who would give you $50 just to get this thing launched. Apparently you have but one developer on this. Given the complexity of the project, this isn't enough.
With all the promises it's becoming vapourware for many of us. I've stopped using Scrivener because I've created a good workflow for Mac/iOS with other products. Scrivener has fallen off the grid for many loyal users.
I understand limitations in resources, but Scrivener is losing validation by taking so long to get an iPad product out. Raise the money via Kickstarter and put a professional development team in place to finish it.
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