Glenn Wolsey on Supporting Developers (Namely the Iconfactory Developers) –
I donâ€™t have a problem paying for an application to support the developers, regardless of if it was originally released freely or not.
I remember when I switched to Mac. It was primarily for professional reasons: I was getting into graphic design and audio production. I realized that freeware often just doesn’t cut it in the professional world. Programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, Ableton Live and Pro-Tools are worth the money.
And developers that offer programs like Twitteriffic which help you avoid what you’re supposed to be doing on those expensive programs are worthy of being supported.