This truly is sad news, especially since you broke your
promise to me.
Before Theodore was born, and Ashley had her health problems,
you asked me to be an alpha tester for Flicktype. I was
somewhat reluctant to spend time with the app after seeing
what happened to Fleksy. You assured me that you were totally
committed to the Flicktype app, and would fight for it no
matter what to keep it in the App Store forever!
After hearing this I decided to become an alpha tester, and I
spent many hours working with you and other people to try to
make Flicktype a great app.
Also, as a beta tester and moderator, I spent a lot of time
helping other beta testers understand the new incarnations of
Flicktype, and explaining to people what the differences were.
Through many Test Flight trials, a great app was developed.
I also defended Flicktype like a lioness defending her cubs.
I explained many times why apps built for the visually
impaired community did not have the same revenue as other
apps, and why it was necessary for her to have a higher dollar
value, or a subscription price.
When you developed the watch app, you actually called me on
the phone and we talked for about an hour and a half and how
the watch app could be developed and used by visually impaired
When you released the watch app, to the general public, many
people came on the Internet and said this was the end of
Flicktype.They feared the same thing was going to happen to
Flicktype that happened to Fleksy once the general public
started using it, it would stop being accessible. I explain to
these people that I thought the reason why you were allowing
the Apple Watch app to go public is because you would use the
revenue to support the Flicktype app for the visually
Your answer was “bingo”.
I guess the most disappointing thing to me is I’m usually a
pretty good judge of character.
I hate when I’m wrong.
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