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Posted by MadaboutDana
Jan 30, 2018 at 04:56 PM

 

Hey Graham,

Not quite right: the software costs $50 for a personal licence, plus $5 per extra computer (but not mobile: the mobile app is free).

For a single personal workspace, enabling you to sync between multiple machines, you pay just $10 - and that’s it. Nothing more to pay, ever. The max. number of devices (mobile and/or desktop/laptop) is 4.

You can move up to a family workspace (one GB of space) with a maximum limit of 8 devices for just $1 a month, that’s $12 p.a., which seems pretty good to me.

A team workspace (2GB) for max. 16 devices will cost you $5 per month, so $60 p.a. (just under, in fact, but I’m not interested in $0.99, and I don’t suppose you are either).

So once you’ve paid for the software, you just have to pay for the workspace - a personal workspace is a one-off payment, i.e. no subscription.

BUT if you opt for a team solution, you can also get the software at a significant discount. So for example, a 3-member team solution will cost you $150 (including three Pagico desktop licences plus a team workspace) for the first year, and subsequently just $60 p.a. Note that this price also covers future software upgrades (for which a team workspace licence is required). So that’s an up-front payment of $35 each for the 3 software licences (mobile licences free), plus an ongoing workspace subscription that also covers future software upgrades.

If you’ve got a personal solution, you’ll have to pay $25 when Pagico moves up to version 9.0 - but you won’t pay for your personal workspace. I’ve had my personal workspace for about 3 years (from when I first experimented with the iOS app), and I’m using it now without having made any further payment (you can use multiple workspaces simultaneously, if you want to). Note you can also give other people access to your personal workspace.

There are full details on the “Store” page on the Pagico website, but you do have to read quite carefully. I would also point out that the developer is very, very responsive, however - I had a couple of price-related queries earlier, and received an answer immediately.

All the best,
Bill

 


Posted by Graham Rhind
Jan 30, 2018 at 05:04 PM

 

Thanks Bill.  I had winkled out some of what you explained from their store page, but it helps to have it explained in clear English!

 


Posted by Jeffery Smith
Jan 30, 2018 at 05:31 PM

 

Looking back through my password manager, I see that I tried Pagico versions 5, 6, and 7. Inasmuch as I have never used it after a week or so in each version, I doubt that I will warm up to version 8, but I’ll give it a try. Beginning with PackRat and Instant Recall in the mid-90s, I must have tried nearly 100 different PIM programs on MS DOS, Windows, Mac. and iOS.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jan 30, 2018 at 06:33 PM

 

Jeffery,

By Instant Recall, are you referring to that great DOS program that allowed you to create one of four different types of records: note, contact, task or event? I loved that program. It was simple to use, but effective. Another great DOS app (like GrandView) for which I’ve never found a good Windows (or Mac) replacement.

Steve Z.

Jeffery Smith wrote:
Looking back through my password manager, I see that I tried Pagico
>versions 5, 6, and 7. Inasmuch as I have never used it after a week or
>so in each version, I doubt that I will warm up to version 8, but I’ll
>give it a try. Beginning with PackRat and Instant Recall in the mid-90s,
>I must have tried nearly 100 different PIM programs on MS DOS, Windows,
>Mac. and iOS.

 


Posted by Jeffery Smith
Jan 30, 2018 at 07:18 PM

 

I think it changed its name at one point after it had changed hands. I liked all PIMs better in the MS DOS world, including the first version of InfoSelect. There was another (perhaps Windows) that was acquired by the DayTimer company, tweaked, and then discarded. I also liked Ascend, which was eventually killed off by Franklin Covey, and then Ecco, which was killed off when MS decided to make Outlook free until all of the competition died.

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
Jeffery,
> >By Instant Recall, are you referring to that great DOS program that
>allowed you to create one of four different types of records: note,
>contact, task or event? I loved that program. It was simple to use, but
>effective. Another great DOS app (like GrandView) for which I’ve never
>found a good Windows (or Mac) replacement.
> >Steve Z.
> >Jeffery Smith wrote:
>Looking back through my password manager, I see that I tried Pagico
>>versions 5, 6, and 7. Inasmuch as I have never used it after a week or
>>so in each version, I doubt that I will warm up to version 8, but I’ll
>>give it a try. Beginning with PackRat and Instant Recall in the
>mid-90s,
>>I must have tried nearly 100 different PIM programs on MS DOS, Windows,
>>Mac. and iOS.

 


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