Hassles with WordPress plugins, again

Hassles with WordPress plugins, again
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Hassles with WordPress plugins, again

Wordpress Schwag

WordPress Schwag (Photo credit: Peregrino Will Reign)

When I purchased WordPress, I expected a lot. I especially thought that everyone would be upfront about costs and services.

I paid $50 to use the mobile app from WP Touch Pro 3, but was surprised to later learn it had to be renewed annually.

At first, I was upset.

But, I have to say the people at WPTouchPro3 (WP TOUCH PRO 3) have been very professional. They allow uses to “vent,” or express their frustrations, sometimes even in a mean or excessive manner.

I did that. But later, they continually improved their app and it got better. At first, I encountered a lot of crashes. But since then, it has been working like a charm.

I had similar problems with WiziApp, which originally created the Android App and iPhone apps for my website. They were SO GOOD, however, at communicating with me. But I had some issues with their iPhone App, which didn’t work correctly all the time. They are great people and are customer friendly. And I hope that one day, they will be able to improve the App process. I am even hoping to go back to them as their App was absolutely the best design and their process of submitting the Apps to Google Play and Apple was the best I have seen.

The Arab Daily News

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Good experience with WiziApp.

Good experience with BraveNewCode.

If you know of a better place, please tell me. I’d love to hear about better systems to work with.

— RAY HANANIA

The Arab Daily News

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