Bring the price down to something reasonable, like $10/yr. A recurring $60/yr charge is just too high.
Agree, and even in a work environment it's not justify. On macos and windows, you have the excellent paid soft zoc7 (80$ in one time payment) which do the job perfectly. But Termius has the sync feature than others did not have..but not for 100$/y.
I've got to agree here. I love supporting developers and paying for software, but only when it's reasonable. $100/year is crazy (in the bad way) for what you're getting, especially when it's for personal use and not for work.
I see a lot of people suggesting a one-time purchase but that's not really feasible for sustainability with active services.
Might I suggest a mixed model? Perhaps a one-time premium account fee and then a small monthly subscription fee? For example, charge $25 for a premium account that comes with three months of premium and then after that, it's $5/mo for personal use and include a discount for paying annually, like you do now.
I really want to support this company but the price is just way too high to justify. I can use my $100 elsewhere and get way more bang for my buck.
Termius is a nice program. I am using the free version on iOS and Windows. But not so often. I would pay $60 (or even more) for a full featured version without an account. But only once not every year.
I suggest to offer a single payment license.
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Seth G commented
Office 365 has the same $10/mo $100/yr pricing. Office, however, has quite a bit more value to match that price point; like a terabyte of cloud storage, sharing your benefits with others, more features than you can shake a stick at, etc.
By contrast, Termius offers razor-thin functionality and cursory convenience, none of the customizability of Office, disruptive updates, and so on. There's really no good justification for Termius' asking price.
I am deeply disappointed with your pricing. I just wanted to be able to sync my hosts or at least export/import manually. Come on, $10/month for personal use? $100 annually? I don't need snippets, or agent forwarding, or Touch/Face ID, or Import from AWS, or Host Chaining, or Autocomplete, or SOCKS Proxy, or Port-knocking. Why should I pay for all it? I believe it's a lousy way to pricing: all or nothing.
I registered to post in agreement. I've used the free version of Terminus, was very satisfied, but will have to seek an alternative due to pricing.
May I suggest an additional tier, with the same features of premium, but limited to a reasonable number of maximum connections?
I don’t use it enough to justify the $100/year. The only pro feature I want is the background sessions on iOS.
I wouldn't mind to pay the current subscription fee if Group and Snipets sharing become available soon.
For me is 100,07/year
Looking for some alternative....
John Dyer commented
I agree, 60 a year is nuts for a mobile app.
Are you homeless? C’mon bro. Why don’t you make a better version of the app and give it away for free?