Chris Pederick has posted a review of Tasks. I like how he describes the path he followed to make his purchase.
I’m glad that there are people migrating from the donationware version to the paid version. Several people have told me I should get rid of the donationware version, that it cuts into potential sales. They may be right, but in some cases it helps make the sale as well.
Chris has some cool stuff in his work section too, check it out.
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Alex, as you continue to develop Tasks 2.0 and leave the donationware version in the dust, this won’t be a problem; the advanced feature-set of 2.0 will sell itself.
That is my opinion as well. Unfortunately, one of the biggest differences between 1.x and 2.x is a huge performance boost due to a rewrite of all the main back-end code. I’m not sure that people realize that part.