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over 9 years ago from David Hoogland, Founder / Designer Moonbase Co.

  • Ian GoodeIan Goode, over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )

    Let's just think about this for a second: yes, it's a lot cheaper than CS, but it's still something a lot of us have already paid for.

    Well to be pedantic you've already paid for Sketch 2, not Sketch 3. If none of the new features appeal to you then there's nothing forcing you to upgrade.

    $50 to a professional for a tool that you regularly use isn't all that much really. A chef would buy a knife for that.

    6 points
    • Marcel Wichmann Marcel Wichmann , over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )

      I paid more for drinks, last weekend. But then again, I just might have a drinking problem.

      25 points
    • Dan HoughDan Hough, over 9 years ago

      I meant I've already paid for the majority of the software, which is largely going to be the same thing. My point is that a discount for existing users, who've supported them earlier on, would be nice.

      I can see I'm out-opined here, anyway, so there's not much we can achieve by arguing this out :) They've made their choice, I'm sure they have their reasons for charging this much across the board.

      I'm gonna give the new feature list a read and maybe try the free trial, then I'll decide whether to buy the new version.

      Anyway, I totally agree with you about the price. I think it's a reasonable, and quite fair price, for a professional software tool, I just don't know for sure yet if I fancy paying it twice for a few new features. In fact, I love the fact that they charge at all, but don't charge the absolutely insane prices that Adobe charge.

      0 points