lunk wrote:Sanguinius wrote:Apple doesn't do what I want it to do. That doesn't make my dislike of it petty. If I can do what I want with another type of device, I'll use that device. Apple devices have never done what I need them to do. When they decide to change their business model, I might give them another look.
... which in essence means that you won't be able to use mobile Scrivener, because it won't be available for other mobile platforms in the foreseeable future. I respect your decision, in the same way that I expect you to respect L&L's decision to only having an iOS version of Scrivener. Each and everyone has to live with the consequences of their own decisions.
I've never said I didn't respect any of L&L's decisions, and I resent the implication that I haven't. I've never been one to foam at the mouth for a mobile version as I do my writing on my laptop and desktop computers. Doing much writing on mobile isn't something I really enjoy much. But I understand that there are other people that do enjoy it. If they make one for Android, I'll be happy to check it out and I'll be the first in line asking to beta test.