I digged through this thread: https://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/75773/if-i-bought-1password-pro-am-i-going-to-have-to-subscribe-in-the-future? and I also have read numerous explanations of the agile bits team and there is currently an information overflow while there is still no clear answer and many completely unanswered questions. So I created a new thread and I want to keep this as short as possible (the discussion).
I'm not interested in a 1password.com subscription. Currently it costs 3 bucks a month, so 36 bucks a year. So within 16 month I've paid more than for the mac and the iOS app. I'm using 1password since 4 years now and that would have cost me 144 bucks vs the roughly 50 bucks I've paid and I'm still using 1password-6 so that gap will continue to increase. Don't tell me that this is a benefit for me. It is not as it is clearly way more expensive! There is no feature you are offering with 1password.com that justifies that higher price. So please be honest and simply tell the people that you want to make more money with 1password. It is your business decision to set the price but there is no reason to justify the price with pointless promises like "you will get 'the best' out of 1password if you are using a 1password.com subscription".
So I'm really concerned about this simple question: will you continue the "pay once for each major release" business model or will you eventually drop that and support 1password.com accounts only?
Please keep it with a simple yes or no and a short(!) explanation and don't try to convince me or the other readers of this thread that 1password.com has any benefits for the customer. As I explained, it has not.
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