Quote: Originally Posted by Trucidation
According to the article, they're not exactly removing the sharing feature; they're going to replace (?) it with the Get Links feature they announced earlier in April
Not quite sure I understand what the difference is.
just being sceptical here -- but what was probably FREE will now be a "Charge for feature" usually promoted as "...PRO" versions or you'll have to accept load of commercials on the so called "Free Version".
Stuff that starts out as Free and is excellent usually ends up this way -- and good to relate most of the EXCELLENT open source / free applications that still remain go from strength to strength. Forget the bunch of Scrobbits that entice you to a "Freebie" and then continually Nag you into going "Pro".
In I.T my experience is that any mention of "PRO" in an application means "PAY".
As an example just take the very popular VLC player -- does stuff that PAID for apps like PowerDvd don't do at all.