Introducing perpetual fallback license
App subscriptions are often seen as “renting” the software. One can use it only while paying for it. This puts users at the mercy of the developer:
- The rates are increasing? — Keep paying or lose access.
- Support does not respond? — Keep paying or lose access.
- No useful features for months? — Keep paying or lose access.
- You want to cancel? — Forget about the money already spent.
No wonder users hate subscriptions.
On the other side, improving the app and providing support is a regular work with no end date. A single purchase won’t do — continuous work requires continuous revenue.
How can we solve this?
KeePassium 1.14 released
The new update brings quite a few improvements: new app icon(s), improved backup, detailed file locations, Japanese translation, and free trial for premium subscription.
MiniKeePass migration guide
MiniKeePass is no longer maintained. Actually, it has not been maintained since 2017, but now its developers made it official:
This guide will help you migrate from MiniKeePass to KeePassium.
KeePassium 1.09 — organize your passwords
Now you can organize your passwords on the go. Move entries to other groups. Copy or duplicate them. Go meta and move whole groups!
This is just a highlight, there are many more improvements: