The windows app takes a lot of work and time to develop so I feel that I should be compensated for the effort. Why don’t I include the price for it in the Android app unlock then?
Let’s imagine a future where I have linux and Mac clients as well. Would it make sense for them all to be free as well? Or should I raise the price of the Android app to account for that? But then Windows users would have to pay more just because a Mac and Linux app exists and I think that wouldn’t be fair.
I think charging for each app separately is what makes more sense from a developer and user perspective. People can simply purchase the parts they need and don’t have to pay for the parts they don’t need…
Makes sense? 🙂