... and in such a toxic fashion?
There was an app I used on iOS... QuickOffice HD Pro. Paid good money for it too. Allowed me to access and edit my documents from dropbox, google drive, one drive, webdav, etc.
Google bought them. Then proceeded to 'update' the app so that it didn't have connectivity. Then they released another one, for free... that only included links to google drive.
I have no problems with the purchase... it happens. Or even a lack of support... like Amazon did with Stanza. It sucks, but ... that's the market.
But to actively cripple something that people paid for? And release a less robust version?
That's just underhanded.http://www.pcworld.c...oductivity-apps.html
This has apparently been happening slowly... but since I use it only under certain circumstances, I'd not noticed it until yesterday.