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Pushbullet's CEO explains why the app is shifting towards a paid model

Florence Ion | Nov. 26, 2015
Paying for features that were once free is a bummer, but Pushbullet's Ryan Oldenburg explains why he had to start charging.

Oldenburg: We thought about this a lot, but don’t plan to change the current pricing before December 1, which is when Pro starts. The most important thing to us is giving Pushbullet what we believe is the best chance at a bright future. Changing the pricing is not an easy win as it may perhaps seem—there’s a real chance it jeopardizes Pushbullet’s future for its users. Those that have already upgraded want to ensure Pushbullet lasts and continues to improve, and I don’t want to let them down.


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