15 comments

  • Mathieu MayerMathieu Mayer, over 3 years ago

    This app changed the way I work and improved the way I design. All things considered, $49 is a steal.

    If you're in Tokyo, I'll be doing a presentation about Sketch at the end of this month. I'll try to explain why I switched and how I could benefit from not using Adobe CS anymore (spoiler alert, I still do).

    For those who might be interested, shoot me an email, I'll send you all the details.

    3 points
  • Gabriel BrodersenGabriel Brodersen, over 3 years ago

    Do we have to buy Sketch 3, if we have purchased Sketch 2?

    1 point
    • Armand GrilletArmand Grillet, over 3 years ago

      Yes, full price even if you have purchased Sketch 2...

      2 points
      • Brett JonesBrett Jones, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

        There is a discount of sorts, just not limited to Sketch 2 owners (and as Casimir points out below, if you bought Sketch 2 after March 1st, you get it for free):

        For one week only, until April 21st for customers old and new, Sketch 3 will be available at an introductory price of just $49.99! After the 21st, Sketch will return its normal price of $79.99.

        The only difference being that people who buy it this week will get it for the discount, rather than just Sketch 2 owners. I suppose trying to offer upgrade discounts is a bit of a headache when selling through the Mac App Store.

        I'm happy with the discounted price, and the fact that more people can take advantage of the discount is fine by me.

        It's a shame it's for a limited time only, but buying Sketch 3 is a no-brainer for me, so I still see the discount as a loyalty discount just like an upgrade discount is (albeit with a time limit).

        2 points
      • Casimir MorreauCasimir Morreau, over 3 years ago

        http://bohemiancoding.tumblr.com/

        "If you purchased Sketch 2 on the Mac App Store after March 1st, 2014, you will receive Sketch 3 for free."

        1 point
        • Gabriel BrodersenGabriel Brodersen, over 3 years ago

          yes exactly, I thought I read that somewhere. Thank you. Question is, how is this executed?

          1 point
          • Emanuel SaEmanuel Sa, over 3 years ago

            Only we way we can manage that is providing a non MAS build and a serial key.

            You guys send us your MAS receipt and we provide the serial keys.

            2 points
  • David Barker, over 3 years ago

    Sorry, it seems to be the wrong link! This should work… https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sketch/id852320343?mt=12

    1 point
  • Tom WoodTom Wood, over 3 years ago

    Oh :(

    I understand - it's hardly cost prohibitive. But I won't be "upgrading".

    0 points
    • Luke BornheimerLuke Bornheimer, over 3 years ago

      While I can understand your apprehension ("Will I need to pay for every update?", "How often will there be a paid update?", etc.), $49 is affordable, all things considered. Also, if $49 per big update will keep Sketch independent (specifically from Adobe), I am happy to pay the $49/update.

      2 points
      • Tom WoodTom Wood, over 3 years ago

        Fair comment.

        My apprehension comes from the fact that I need to submit a request to buy some software - so it just makes it another cycle of conversations about software I technically already have. Whilst it could "arguably" improve my workflow, that's an unknown.

        0 points
  • Bassem ShakerBassem Shaker, over 3 years ago

    I still see old version!

    0 points
  • Maciej ZadykowiczMaciej Zadykowicz, over 3 years ago

    Nope

    0 points
  • Sean O'GradySean O'Grady, over 3 years ago

    Yep i only see 2.4.3

    0 points
  • Dominik PoradaDominik Porada, over 3 years ago

    I still see the previous version. :(

    0 points