Pagar por las actualizaciones de aplicaciones a su versión para iOS 7, ¿estarías dispuesto?
We talked about it a long time ago and it’s slowly being confirmed with more cases. Developers have taken advantage of the jump to iOS 7 to charge again for their apps. To do this they are releasing new versions of their apps that are uploaded to the App Store as new. This method allows them to charge for them again as Apple does not have an upgrade payment system at the moment.
Thus, the last one to join was Clear, a task manager. Its developer announces in his blog that Clear for iOS 7 will be available on September 18th and will be a new application that will redefine the interface and will be universal, both for iPhone and iPad.
What improvements will you make? Will it be worth paying for again? And the interface, wasn’t it already very valid for iOS 7? These are some of the questions we will have to wait to answer. In their blog they don’t give many details and only tell us that the iPhone version of Clear will be removed from the App Store as soon as the new version is released.
I have no doubt that the work they will do from Realmacsoftware will be outstanding. But the truth is that right now we have to be careful if we buy any app. Maybe visiting their blog could be interesting to know the plans they have in front of the new iOS 7 system. Mostly to avoid having to pay twice.