References to Developer Subscription in Learn Pages
Aceboss last edited by Aceboss
The Developer Subscription has been retired for some time in preference to a paid app, as I understand it. There are at least 2 references to Developer Subscription in the FAQ section of https://www.hyperpad.com/learn and one in the priority support section which can cause confusion:
- go to https://www.hyperpad.com/learn
- scroll to the PRIORITY SUPPORT section.
- observe the following text block:
Have a technical question about your project? Developer subscribers get priority technical support and a response within 24 hours. Whether you’re stuck on a problem, or have no idea how a certain feature works, we’re here to help. As a Developer user, you’re also entitled to 2 scheduled phone support calls, or Skype sessions per year.
- scroll down to the FAQ section
- Observe the following 2 blocks of text being present:
WHAT HAPPENS IF I CANCEL MY DEVELOPER SUBSCRIPTION?
Cancelling your Developer subscription will revert you back to a “Basic” account. You will not be able to access any of the additional app features, or take advantage of the Developer only perks in the hyperPad Hub. Keep in mind, that cancelling your account does not affect any existing version of a project shared to the hub, only new uploads. However, any app you have published to the App Store will automatically revert to a “Basic” state, and will have banner ads, and full screen ads displayed until you subscribe again.
OTHER THAN A DEVELOPER SUBSCRIPTION, WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO GET MY APP IN THE APP STORE?
You will need a valid Apple Developer License to have your app live in the App Store, and a Mac computer running the latest version of OS X and Xcode to submit the App to Apple. We’re currently working on a solution so you no longer need a Mac.
There should no longer be references to a developer subscription
RobinsonX last edited by
@Aceboss Yep! We're aware of this one. The website is currently being redesigned and will be updated at some point.