- It’s actually cheaper: If you get the annual Premium subscription you will be paying $59.99/year. If you have to do this using the pay-once version your total cost for all platforms plus one year of online banking subscription would be $110 just to start. We tend to release major upgrades every 2 years meaning that if you always want to have the latest MoneyWiz version, you are looking into $160 every 2 years while the Premium version will only cost $120 for the same period of time.
- Free upgrades: Later this year, we’ll start working on MoneyWiz 3 and we hope to release it in Q1 or Q2 2017. That means that in a year from now, there will be MoneyWiz 3. If you want to upgrade to it, you will either have to pay the full price on each platform or subscribe for MoneyWiz Premium. Users of of MoneyWiz Premium always get major upgrades for free, while users of the ‘pay-once’ version of MoneyWiz have to pay for major upgrades, if they want them.
- One subscription unlocks it all: If you were confused how our pricing and subscriptions work, we’re sorry. They really got out of hand. We aim to simplify this by promoting “MoneyWiz Premium” so that just one subscription is enough to use everything MoneyWiz has to offer, on all platforms - iOS, Mac, Android and Windows.
- You support us: When more people use the subscription based version of MoneyWiz it’s easier for us to forecast our future incomes and plan better for the future of MoneyWiz. There is a lot we want to do but some things we can’t commit to simply because we can’t know if we’ll be able to afford them long term. For example, if most of our users go Premium, we’ll start building a web version of MoneyWiz so that you have access to all your finances even from a web browser. Don’t worry we won’t discontinue the apps. We love the native experience they provide and we won’t sacrifice this.
Modified on: Thu, 16 Jun, 2016 at 12:54 AM
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