Nathan Parker Posted January 13 Share Posted January 13 Thanks everyone for the feedback! I’m glad to see users interested in paying for increased functionality in Mobile. I guess we could do a similar thing to what I’ve proposed, but instead of tying the mobile features to the Accordance Desktop upgrades, tie “desktop class” features to an in-app purchase. I guess we could even offer a handful of in-app purchases where users could choose which “desktop class” mobile features they want to buy, or buy a discounted bundle of all of them. That would work similar to buying single modules or packages of modules. That’d put the customer in control of paying for what features the customer really wants/needs, while still keeping all the existing functionality for free and even adding additional free functionality. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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