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.nksubbert commented
I, too, wish there was an option for a one-time fee to purchase. I'm not interested in any of the parental reports or web access, my kids just want to play with Icky. The $0.99 monthly subscription only includes ONE game and ONE book, which is too few options, but even the $3.99 monthly subscription for all the games/books (minus reports) is difficult for our family. That's almost $50/year on a kid's learning app. I could buy them two leapsters instead, and have them forever.
I also am disappointed in the company's choice to delete negative reviews regarding the current update and move to a total subscription service from the App Store. The app is NOT free if you have to pay to be able to access ANYTHING. It is false advertising and an ethically questionable business decision.
Again, I would be willing to pay a one-time-fee, perhaps even up to $20 for the app, but am extremely disappointed in the move to a subscription model. My two-year-old was crying yesterday because he could no longer play with Icky.nksubbert supported this idea ·