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Sparkbox Comments

Don't bother with this abandoned application

Negative Comment by digisam
about Sparkbox Oct 2016

Hasn't been updated since Jan 2014.

It is extra annoying as before I purchased this in July 2014 (after putting everything in a similar application called Ember which destroyed everything) I emailed the developers saying:

I do not want to invest both the time and money into another system that is being discontinued.
I hope there is some reassurance you can give that you are dedicated to the ongoing development of your products.

They replied

Firstly, we’re confirming we’re continually developing the tools and the site, although, we’re kind of limited with the resources we could allocate at the present.

Fair enough, but two years later and still none of the applications have been updated

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