Cabel Sasser, from Panic:
Hello. Here’s an update on Transmit iOS that I promise will not use the words “sunset” or “journey” […]
Transmit iOS made about $35k in revenue in the last year, representing a minuscule fraction of our overall 2017 app revenue. That’s not enough to cover even a half-time developer working on the app […]
My optimistic take: we hope that as iOS matures, and more and more pro users begin to seriously consider the iPad as a legitimate part of their daily work routines, Transmit iOS can one day return and triumph like it does on the Mac.
This is terrible news. I don’t often use Transmit iOS, but when I do, I love it and wish I had reason to use it more often.