Luís wrote:Synalepha wrote:- I've discovered pealim which is a godsend for anyone struggling with Hebrew conjugations. There's also the app version of it but it costs 10 euros which - app-wise - is on the expensive side IMO, but I'm left wondering what marvelous features it might treasure for the price of 10 euros.
I really like that site, but I didn't know they had an app.
Hey, software developers need to eat too. I don't understand why people don't have an issue with spending 25 euros on a book but then think 10 euros is too much for a piece of software. I bought the iOS version of Anki some years ago (which was like 20 euros or something) but since I use it everyday, it was definitely worth the price. So, I guess it all comes down to how much you use it.
Of course 10 euros are a measily sum in the grand scheme of things. Mine was more of a reference level thing. The few for-pay apps I had seen so far cost around 2 euros, so that's why I was surprised. But just let me get this clear: I'm not saying 10 euros are definitely an absurd price for an app and would never buy it. If this is what you deduced from what I wrote, I suppose I should've expressed myself better.