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HungryHippo

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  1. Well, that's just needlessly stupid. Why claim an offer to be exclusive to pro-users, when it's pretty much the same as for anybody else (and then misrepresenting/inflating the "regular" msrp to arrive at the larger discount-percentage)? Are they trying to anger pro-users on purpose now? I have a hard time believing that anybody at enpass could have thought that such a transparent deceit would go undetected. Especially since they're already getting heat on the whole "pro-v-premium"-issue.
  2. It's pretty much the same in english (iPad-version) The android-version is using the wording "Pro Features" instead, though I don't know if this was always the case or just since a recent update.
  3. That's the main problem for me: I don't mind them building new features which require continuous development and maintenance for a subscription (although I originally chose enpass specifically because it wasn't "live-service"-based, to not be reliant on anyone else's servers and they probably should have refrained from selling "pro-lifetime"-access in the first place). That's fine, if someone wants the breach monitoring, go ahead and sell it to them. I'm already aware that some of the sites in my vault have had breaches in the past (dropbox, ubisoft among others) and took appropriate acti
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