Saturday, November 12, 2016

Reveal 2

Sean Woodhouse:

With this release we’re changing the way Reveal is versioned and licensed. We’re switching to a model where we release features as they are ready rather than holding them back for major paid upgrades. We’re also moving to a simpler version strategy. This release is version 2, the next will be version 3, and so on.

Licenses now include a year of updates, after which you can continue to use the last version of Reveal released within those 12 months. To continue to receive updates after the included 12 months, you will need to renew your license.


Instead of offering upgrade pricing for Reveal 2 we have lowered the price for all new and existing users.

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I like this model a lot. Same as Sketch. Recognizes the need for continuing revenue in order to make ongoing development viable, but still allows ownership of the tool. A greater measure of security than pure subscription service software.

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