There is a new update for Simplify Media out now; the catch is that they are charging for this update. The original Simplify Media will now be phased-out (no longer updated) and there is now an entirely "new" app for us, called Simplify Media 2.0. http://appshopper.com/music/simplify-music-20 Now, developers can do/charge what they want, but I just don't like the trend that is occurring - instead of updating an app, some developers are just calling it something new so they can charge for it. We saw the same thing with the change of MobileFiles Pro to QuickOffice Mobile Office Suite. The problem is, what constitutes a big enough update to charge for it? When a developer is low in cash, will they now just make a small change in it and then re-name the app so they can have you re-buy it? What also ticks me off is that I just downloaded the original Simplify Media app. It was recently on sale and I decided to take the plunge and buy it. I would never have bought it if they were going to discontinue updating it.