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Absolutely purchased this one... A huge thank you to the developer. I use easy gallery and it is the best replacement to the erstwhile quickpic which went commercial. Love the gallery app. It is so easy and simple to use with a very efficient design.
I love easy app's approach to android device application's & suites, giving people the choice to replace excessive and Intrusive application suite's alltogether from their devices. Combined with a donation button this was the best shop development deployment way on the whole store! G😈👿gle have no right to f😡rce st😠p this deployment m🤬del! Why is this in breach of g🤑🤑gle's policy? They would be no google or android device without this model in first place¿!¡?
I purchased the "ThankYou" application back in 2017 when it was priced almost 10 times more. Well, I now regret supporting this "cheat", and so do the scores of users he duped !! The application was meant to unblock premium features for the entire suite of apps, but then this seedy [email protected][email protected] abandons his apps, re-writes them, calls them "Pro apps", and now wants us to for them "again" !! It's not the money, it's the "principle"... [Karma is a @#$%!&[email protected], dev. You will come back as my bed pan in your next life]
How could I not this? First I got all the non-pro versions of the apps and I was already happy, then I'm given the pro versions for because the others were no longer supported. Amazing apps, amazing features, amazing ads (meaning there aren't any), amazing devs. All for free? There was no method I couldn't at least a measly $1 for them, so I got this. Thank you. Edit: forgot to mention that there aren't any unnecessary permissions. Might not sound like a huge but a lot of companies test to collect as much info about you as they can through permissions purely for their own profit, and SMT apps don't do that. Another reason to use them!
Thank you! People who complain about the switch to version, this is like half a dollar. I understand that you may disagree in principle, and maybe you are right, but the guy is doing a amazing job and it's an additional half a dollar. Chill.
First rate application with so much common sense user friendly design! No useless gimmicks, just what is required for quick simple organisation and display of gallery content. Do not hesitate to donate the very little charge for such a useful app.
Because you deserve it. Also, this is a very sensible donation model: adding (minor) additional functionality as reward for donation instead of paying for unlocking full functionality in a crippled application filled with ads. Your alternative is setting a method better example for other developers. They definitely should follow your lead.
I have enjoyed using the easy mobile tools apps and am satisfied the developer has enough users to make a paid, pro ver of the apps. It would have been nice, though, that those of us who purchased the easy thank you application in the past were given an email heads up about the fresh apps and the one week when the apps were offered for free.
Just what I need, easy gallery. nothing fancy to sort or recommendations to do this and that. just a freaking easy gallery for my pictures and videos. edit: android device were full of people. come on, how much does this cost? it need effort to maintain the application if everything were so simple you should build your own and share for free!
Awesome Developer — awesome apps — awesome features I have all 'Simple Apps' installed. They are truly an Example for amazing quality apps and not full of in-app-purchases and ads like other apps. (Also as a developer I appreciate that they are open-source)
Bait and switch. The apps were simple, lightweight and free. massively disappointed that they went from and ad-free to dropped in favour of a version. People donated out of live of your and selfless apps. Now you screw them over and chsrge them for the very apls they were supporting? there's ways of making without screwing over your users like that