I opened the app after I downloaded it, it looked like a free app, but it said I needed a subscription to use it.
I have a subscription to this app and have been using it for over a year now and have had this issue happen to me a couple times where I could be in the middle of a project, leave the app and come back to where the project could not be restored. It’s hit and miss. It hasn’t been that big of a deal, I’d just start over no biggy until right now, I’d been working on a project for almost an hour and try to download the project but my phone memory is to full so I exit out of the app delete some videos and photos to free up space in my phone and when I go back to the app, it says oops we cannot restore your project. Over an hour down the drain. Now Instead of starting the project over I’d rather spend my next hour looking for a different video editing app. This is a problem and it needs to be better in today’s world we are to advanced for these mishaps. Like I really just spent an hour making a video on your app and it disappeared. Like what, really???
you have to pay to do legit anything. not very nice
I am extremely angry!! I was about to begin cropping until it said I had to pay and you’ll charge my iTunes account, so I just pressed maybe later. And tried again, it kept saying I had to charge and was forcing me to pay! One of the worst apps of editing I’ve experienced! >:(
I needed an app to cut my gacha life vids and I thought this might be the perfect (only) one. Only to find that I have to pay for it! Now remember, I DON’T PAY FOR APPS!!!!! So, yeah I still need a video cutting app. Thanks a lot for this wonderful dream that was too good to be true!
First, look at all the reviews: The 5-star reviews stopped a year ago when they changed their business model. Shocking that basically the only thing you can do with this app without signing up to their subscription is browse your videos. Then they want you to pay a weekly (!) subscription to use their one-feature app. If I use it for 5 years, that is $2.99 x 52 weeks x 5 years = $777.4 + tax. These people (Bending Spoons) are trying to publish as many apps as possible (for instance they own multiple similar video editing apps), charge as much as possible, and confuse users into over-paying. This is basically like a software slumlord. To their "credit" they are very open about this. One of the cofounders proudly says on the company webpage: "I'm not in the app business, I'm in the empire business." How to bilk customers in other words, and establish monopolies. I have been paying for shareware since the 90's, and I am a software engineer myself. Software is valuable, should be valued, but their business model offends me. Update: In response to the developer's form response inviting suggestions, here is my suggestion: Price the app reasonably. Try $15/year.
good for youtube
It advertises as free and then immediately forces you to pay $3 a week. You can’t use the app for free at all.
Hi When I opened this app Don’t load in start off app
Before is almost good Now after Premium is bad