So this is something I'm not sure why I feel so passionately about. Short Story: Revamping App and marketing it with no intention of future support. Slightly Less Short Story: A popular independent App Store developer received an offer to work for the UX Team at Apple. Great, congrats, he/she deserved it. Due to the IP agreements with Apple, he/she can no longer produce outside work independent of Apple, i.e., anything produced going forward is owned by Apple. So at the last minute, with iOS 7, they update some icons to look fresh, do a little in app improvement and market it as this glorious update. That said, they announced on Twitter that they can't and will not update these apps anymore. My view: If they know can't update the app any further, state that in the App's description or make it free, instead of suckering in people to buy an App with no future down the road. Opinions? I kind of want to share that feedback with the developer but not come of nasty or whiny. Unless thats what I'm being ha.