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Remove the high price tag

I am so disappointed with this app. My son has had this app since he was an infant and we have watched him accomplished so many amazing tasks on this app. He would ask to play "Icky" daily. I have recommended this app to my students' parents because of the high quality educational games and because it was free. It was like no other app! The possibilities were endless and the way his progress was charted was appealing to my "teacher side" of being a Mom. Now you want me to pay almost $150 a year for my son to use this app for years to come!? Are you crazy or just prideful? Am I the only personal who thinks this is ridiculous? I don't care if i can track his progress online instead of inside the app itself and i don't need to be able to sync from device to device. Bring back ALL his games for free!! Offer educators the availability to sync and track online but please allow my child to enjoy Icky again like we always have. I have to explain why Icky doesn't really work anymore like he always has and he has already lost interest in your app. I'm sure other children and parents will feel the same. A monthly subscriptions is not a fair alternative. If we must pay then why can't a reasonable one time purchase be an option? Not all of your audience are educators they are parents who have enough expenses and have enjoyed Icky for free for a long time. If my child uses this app for 5 years thats $750! I wouldn't pay over $20 for this app just because we've always had it for free! An even better option for myself would be the option to pay for the other games one or two at a time for a low cost of a couple of dollars that way when my child is ready for an advanced game I can purchase them a few at a time and not have a monthly bill or worry about a ridiculous monthly subscription expiring.

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    under review  ·  AnsariaAdminAnsaria (Support Guru, Agnitus) responded  · 

    We understand your concerns about pricing. It is a necessary step we have taken in order for us to continue building high quality educational apps for your kids.

    With a monthly subscription, the child has access to the full Agnitus program, advancing through the curriculum at their own pace and skill level.

    Please let us know what you would consider a fair monthly price? We would appreciate your feedback.

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      • KdewKdew commented  · 

        Completely agree! My son loves this app, but I refuse to pay the high subscription fee. I did not mind spending a few dollars here and there for add ons, but I just can not justify $15 per month.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        For single users this is way too high. We love this game and my son already misses the games he can't play. He will stop playing soon, but I can't justify the price. $50 for the year or something but $150 is crazy

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I could not agree more!!!! The high price is ridiculous for single users. My son loves this app but I cannot justify the expense. I understand school use for multiple users but like you said, $750 over 5 years is absurd! Our free trial just ran out and my son said, "awww, my game is broke," and he too quickly lost interest. Very sad because as a educator I can see the value in the app. He has learned a lot from using it. I wish that there was an option for single users vs. multiple users, a one time fee to purchase or an option to continue to use as it was and purchase what I feel he would benefit from. Truly I hope some sort of change is considered or people simply boycott this app.

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