Originally Posted by tpozzy
If it's less than the price of an average disc, would that be ok? That's kind of how I look at the value.
If you want to compare it to apps that are free or a buck or two, then I recommend you compare the usability, features, and whether you want to support the mobile application development effort. The PDGA Board has funded the initial development of the application, but is expecting ongoing development to be funded by revenue.
This is the only app that accesses real-time PDGA course directory data and calculates PDGA round ratings. It's pretty cool (my biased opinion). We hope you all buy a copy, to enjoy the features, and to help support all the cool things we have planned if it's successful!
-Theo and the dev team
So the price point hasn't been decided upon? While I understand the reason for explaining the reason for a non-free app, why not just disclose what you're looking to charge?