It’s been exciting with the launch of Intro on the App Store last week to see Intro’s first subscribers signing up to use the full features of the app. The free version of Intro provides tools to manage your contacts, and enables you to access all data you’ve added to Intro at any point. Using the full features of Intro requires a subscription. There’s a one month free trial available of the full features so users can know exactly what they are getting—currently—if they subscribe.
I say what users are getting “currently”, because Intro 1.0 is a foundation on which more will be built. There is already a roadmap of some great additional features that will be added to Intro over coming months. I’ll be sharing that roadmap with users over time. As features are added, Intro’s subscribers will of course get access to them at no additional cost. And in addition to what's already on the roadmap, I’m looking forward to hearing from users with their own thoughts on what would make Intro even more useful for them. (Hit that “Support” button on the main menu in the app, and let me know.)
If the Intro app itself is a foundation, I think of Intro’s early subscribers as ‘Foundation Customers’. Foundation customers are this first group of subscribers who make everything else possible. If you’ve joined me in this partnership, getting in on the ground floor with a subscription from the beginning, I want you to know that I hugely appreciate you. Successfully bringing Intro to you has been a dream of mine for some time. Intro's foundation customers complete that dream and make it a reality. I am certain you don’t know how much that means to me. It's real, and personal. Thank you. So much.
I plan to look after Intro’s Foundation Customers.