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Worked awesome for the first photo. Then it would practically force me to subscribe. I got the skip button to skip the subscription, it shows me an ad. Alright, still fine if it’s free. I close out of the ad (it’s not a timed ad either) and it ignores the photo I selected, so I select a photo again, and the subscription screen is back, rinse, and repeat. Edit: Dev says it’s meant to demonstrate what you can do with the app. Fine, you could do that and maybe I’d pay $1.99 or whatever ONE TIME like similar apps that do the same thing, but a subscription like this isn’t worth it, I mean I could get Adobe for not much more I hear. Or, at least let the app remain functional for free users, if you’re going to throw that many ads at us. Otherwise it’s how your app gets uninstalled. I get wanting to be paid for your efforts, theres ad revenue for that and again, I’d possibly be willing to do a ONE TIME payment like any other similar app out there may ask for. This isn’t the way to go, though, and the reviews show it.
I was able to use this garbage app for one photo. But upon trying to use it again, suddenly this “free” app becomes this unskipable ad for their “premium” (aka not free) services. And by services, I mean the entire app. I literally can’t use this app because every time I try to add a photo, an ad for their “extra”/“premium” services pops up. It has a skip button, but when you press it, a random other ad for god knows what pops up. This next ad has a no thanks button, but when you click it, it takes you back to your empty homepage “ready” to upload and edit your next photo. But the picture you just tried uploading is gone. Is you try uploading a new photo, this cycle just repeats itself. If nothing else, this ad is clearly shady as hell and a scam. It’s not even that great at what it claims to be able to do, and most likely most of their reviews are bots. A FAIR WARNING: I would not trust this app with your information (access to your photos, videos, recordings, and payment information)
It is literally impossible to use the app. It's great at first, then you can't actually use the regular service! You select the photo you want to edit, then the screen to convince you to buy the super package and /or add-ons comes up, you can't restore your purchases even if you try, and when you hit skip a random paid ad for something totally unrelated pops up, and if you close it you're back to square one, where you select the photo to edit. Then guess what! You select the photo, and it all starts over again. It doesn't matter how many times you do it, same non-result. The app is useless--a total sham of a tool--and worse: it's a swindle. You download their app, maybe even buy an add-on, then come back and find that you can't use it all unless you spend even more money--and every time you try you just help them out by playing another random ad they've been paid for. It's dishonest and frustrating.
*editing my review since it won’t let me respond to your reply to my original review. My issue isn’t that you want to sell the app- my issue is the deceptive way you attempt to trick users into thinking it is free and then forcing a purchase. If you want to sell it, have some integrity and list it that way. You must think your users are idiots. It wouldn’t matter how helpful the app is- I’ll take my business to an honest seller.* I used the old version of no crop for several years then suddenly it wasn’t available anymore. I was excited to find it again in the App Store, but I literally used it one time before it became absolutely useless without being forced to purchase the full version. If you had been up front about the app not being free, I would have purchased it, but this bait and switch tactic is shady and not the way I make purchasing decisions. No thank you.
I was able to use the “free version” for only ONE photo. When I tried to use the app on a second photo, the popups for ads and the paid subscription version prompt kept preventing me from using the app and sending me back to a home screen, creating a frustrating loop. If the "free" version doesn't work beyond the initial photo, it's not a functioning "free" version. And only offering to use it to try for a single photo with no warning or further explanation is ridiculous. NO THANKS. PS: No excuse needed from the developers’ reply. Bottom line: One photo (?!) is not enough to get a feel for how the entire app works before being expected to hand a bunch of money over. Perhaps it would be better to allow a timed trial run for at least a few days, so that prospective customers can explore the options, if your app is that great.
Developed by Debotosh Dey.
No Crop – Video & Pictures Fit is ranking in Photo & Video & Productivity
Last update was at Feb 06, 2019and the current version is 1.2.
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No Crop – Video & Pictures Fit have a 46 284a user reviews.
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