NextGen Reader for Windows 10

by Volker Weber

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I bought NextGen Reader for Windows Phone and again for Windows 8. Now I just spent another 3 € to buy the Windows 10 UWP app. This is one of the nicest RSS readers and I love to use it on Surface 3. It does not yet work on Windows 10 Mobile, but it will eventually. Bonus points for finally making it readable on the Yoga 3 Pro convertible. The font was too small in the old Windows 8 version. Now it's nice and big.

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Instabuy as well, as their apps are beautiful and I love to be able to give them a (small) coffee every some years ;) It is a pain to watch the Aufschrei, how Next Matters dares to make it a new app and make people pay AGAIN! ;)

Hubert Stettner, 2016-04-07 09:20

People are furious. While typing on their MacBooks at Starbucks. :-)

Volker Weber, 2016-04-07 09:23

Only after purchasing a range of Hermes Straps. YMMD ;)

Hubert Stettner, 2016-04-07 13:32

Loyal customers are seen not so often in the app store universe. So it's, from my point of view, not a smart move to piss them off. I complained too.

The android developers from Business Calendar acted way more better. When they released there 2.0 app the deal was a follows:

1: Use the 2.0 app (with all in-app purchases) for free as long as you have the old (paid) app installed.
2: Get a 50% discount if you buy the new app too.
3: Voluntary pay 100% and support the development.

I used option 1 for 1 month and then chose option 3.

Value your customer.

Richard Kaufmann, 2016-04-07 21:20

You complained about paying a developer 3 €? For an app that has a fully functional trial version? I think you need to recalibrate.

Volker Weber , 2016-04-07 23:38

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