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Subscription Affliction – Everything is $10/month

December 2, 2019


If you watch movies, listen to music, or own
a phone, You’re probably familiar with subscriptions. At least, your wallet is Which, for companies, are pure gold Or, green,
I guess. Instead of selling you today, and tomorrow,
and next week, They only need to convince you once, and the money keeps coming. A steady, predictable stream of revenue. Because each customer is so valuable, they
can focus more on keeping them than doing anything and everything to get more. But it’s no longer just newspapers and magazines,
now it’s everything: Music, Movies, Food, Games, Storage, Clothes,
Razors, Makeup, Software, Cars, animal bones? Seriously – Bonebox ”includes various osteological
specimens such as skulls, claws, and teeth” for just $24.99 a month Ooo-kay?! Why does every business need to be a subscription? Where does it end? Let’s divide subscriptions into two categories. Services, like Netflix, Prime, Lootcrate,
and Spotify, kinda have to be subscriptions Sure, you can buy music and movies individually,
but here, you get everything. 40 million songs on Apple Music times the
usual dollar twenty nine would be $51 million dollars – so, yeah. Subscription boxes, which send you new things
in the mail every month, are services because they’re more about fun and surprise than
the stuff itself. And then there are products – things that
could be sold, but here are rented. And this is where things get hairy You don’t
have to be a master Googler or Binger, or DuckDuckGoer, but, boy do those sound awkward,
to find a million and a half people criticizing this business model. But it’s not actually subscriptions they’re
angry about, nobody’s complaining about Netflix or Spotify, it’s really this second
category – especially software. When companies want to reach in your wallet
every month until you die for what could be a simple, one-time purchase, it feels a lot
like a cash grab, And, sometimes, it totally is. Adobe switched to a monthly fee precisely
to increase profit. But it’s not always so simple, Even when
they seem unnecessary, subscriptions can be good for everyone, including you and I. Companies usually don’t explain why, and
when they do, it’s easy to see as just an excuse to make more money, but there is a
why. And since my thing is taking complicated,
controversial topics and trying to explain them in too little time – let’s get to it… The idea of a rental is nothing new, we rent
apartments, and cars, and if you live in Alaska, where there are still 6 Blockbusters, movies. Hashtag SomeoneTellAlaskaAboutNetflix But, nobody wants to rent, say, their lamp. When you don’t have to, why would you? Owning is just simpler, and usually, cheaper. Losing what we already own is especially frustrating. Apps like Ulysses and Autodesk were a one-time
purchase, then one day, you get an email: I know you already bought this, but if you
want to keep getting updates, now it costs $5 a month. k thanks bye. Ulysses was absolutely flooded with 1 star
reviews. Probably the most life the Mac App Store’s
ever seen… And fifty thousand people signed a Change.org
petition against Adobe. Which, as we know, is very effective…at
spamming your email But here’s the problem: The way most people
think about software just isn’t realistic. Remember that lamp? what if every year you got this popup: Hey,
you need to update to a new version of your house. If you don’t, it’ll be vulnerable to burglars. Sometimes it goes smoothly, sometimes it permanently
changes your wall sockets. Maybe to these cute little ones from Denmark. And you think, What the heck? I bought that lamp and now it’s suddenly
incompatible with my house for reasons completely beyond my control? The house is your operating system, the lamp,
your software. Programming may seem like build once – collect
profit forever, but if an app isn’t updated, it dies. Technology just moves way too fast. Knowing this, do you really want to own that
lamp? Truly owning software means owning all its
bugs and future incompatibility. Maybe your answer is yes, we’ll get to that
later. But me, if I really depend on something, and
there’s a chance it’ll break in a year, well, I’d rather rent it from someone who
maintains it. Fixing bugs is like Sisyphus endlessly pushing
his boulder up the mountain only for it to fall back down. You can’t expect developers to do that forever
just because you gave them 99 cents three years ago. You might say “Obviously these apps don’t
need subscriptions because they did just fine before” – but the truth is, they mostly
didn’t… Big companies always find a way to earn a
profit, Adobe has the power and prominence to ask $53 a month, and make billions doing
it. But many apps, some of the best apps, are
made by a single person, or a small team of them. They compete with 2, 3 million others, and
a feeling that if you can’t hold something, it shouldn’t cost anything. So, unless you trademark the word “Candy”,
seriously that actually happened, or spend millions advertising, your sales look like
this: A huge spike in the beginning, maybe some seasonal bumps, and then, almost nothing. You might make half your salary on the first
day, but by the 20th or 50th, things don’t look so good. So you have a few options: You can get more customers – Do some marketing,
keep updating the app, and cross your fingers. Or, more accurately, pray to the App Store
Gods Sometimes this can work. But the App Store isn’t like YouTube, doing
everything it can to bring audiences to your videos, Right, YouTube? Even a great app can get stuck in a corner
and never be found. And eventually, everyone who needs your app
will already have it. Plenty of happy customers, and no more income
for you. Or: if sales are so good at the beginning,
just release as many paid updates as possible. Again, sometimes it works. But it can also be a dangerous trap, because
the incentive is to release as many paid updates as you can. Just enough new features to make people pay,
but not so many that you can’t do it again in a few months. And sooner or later, it’ll be good enough
for 99% of us, but hey, gotta keep making money, so you’ll keep cramming in new, unnecessary
features. That was Microsoft Office. What I ask from Word is pretty basic: when
I press a key on my keyboard, I want that same letter to show on my screen. ahem Take notes, MacBook Pro keyboard And I guess fonts and tables and images are
cool too. But I have absolutely zero need for 3D pie
charts or smart tags, or research tools, or a talking paperclip. Actually, I take that last back, Clippy. Office was so profitable, Microsoft kept adding,
and adding, and adding, until it forgot Word is, just, ya know, a place to write stuff. At this point, I’ll just use Google Docs,
where I actually know what the buttons do. For many apps, neither option is sustainable. And even if you feel zero sympathy for developers,
it’s in your best interest to find a solution: Because if you rely on an app, for your business,
or hobby, or security, you want to incentivize its developer to care as much as you do. We can say companies should update their apps
forever, and always answer support tickets, or we can design a system where they actually
want to. For many apps, that’s a subscription – taking
what you would’ve paid upfront and handing it out over time. If developers want to keep getting paid, they
want to keep you happy. Over time, subscriptions cost more, but for
that, you’re guaranteed updates, and support, and compatibility. Plus, it rewards the apps you use the longest. In some industries, these better incentives
are even more desperately needed: For news companies, the goal is more clicks,
more views, more ads, usually the worst kind of ads. Clickbait only stops if clicks stop being
profitable, which is the promise of subscriptions like Blendle and Inkl. One price for all the articles you want. Or, a small micropayment per article, refunded
if it turns out to be clickbait. The goal is no longer to deceive you, but
keep you subscribed. Subscriptions give sites like Above Avalon,
Kottke, and Macstories freedom to make quality content on really specific topics, instead
of whatever it takes to attract huge audiences. It also lets you and I try things out, maybe
you only need a service occasionally, in which case you can subscribe only when you actually
need it. But because people think only of services
as subscriptions, products often try to argue they’re actually a service. Something like: “We store and sync your
data, which costs us money” But not very much. All this does is create distrust. Developers should be up-front: “What you’re
really paying for is longevity, which is in everyone’s best interest.” But there is a catch… One movie ticket is an entire month of Netflix,
and then some. Factor in popcorn savings, and make it a lifetime You could own one single album or every noise
ever made on planet Earth for the price of a few Cups of Coffee. But when everything is the price of one or
two cups of coffee, you can very quickly end up buying a whole Starbucks. Say you subscribe to Netflix, Amazon Prime,
Spotify, Dropbox, and BlueApron. That’s over a hundred dollars a month. Add Creative Cloud, YouTube TV, and the New
York Times, and it’s another hundred. And this is just the beginning Apple takes 30% of an app’s revenue, but
for long-term subscriptions, now only 15. So more and more businesses are going to make
use. For movies alone, there’s already Netflix,
Amazon, Hulu, HBO, Showtime, and soon, Disney, and Apple. So, not everything can or should be a subscription. Things you use only occasionally and don’t
rely on have no reason to be, or should at least have another option for
people who fall into that category: The app Sketch finds a good balance – One
upfront price, with one year of updates. You can treat it like a subscription, or you
can not. Another solution is Bundles – one price for
multiple subscriptions. Setapp, for example, does this with mac applications. And more companies will follow: Apple could
have one for Apple Music, streaming video, iCloud storage, maybe some other things. Amazon Prime has shown how well this strategy
can work. Students get Spotify and Hulu together for
less than either separately. Or, how about a subscription to be a great
student, on topics like physics, computer science, and problem solving? Brilliant helps you learn new things in a
way that you actually understand, not just memorize for the next test. Last term I took a math class covering some
differential equations, all pretty vague and theoretical, but after looking at the lesson
on Brilliant, I really wish I had known about it. It starts by explaining why the concept actually
matters, and what it’s all about, with visuals, and questions to give you instant feedback. If you answer incorrectly, Brilliant doesn’t
just mark your answer red and move on, it helps you understand how to get it right. If you’re a student, or like learning new
things, find a topic that peaks your interest and dive in. I recommend Computer Science Algorithms – it’s
pretty interesting, and gives you a peak at how our technology works. And speaking of subscriptions, it’s really
the ideal: premium is one low price, they keep adding new topics all the time, and you
have the freedom to jump around to learn exactly what interests you most. You can support PolyMatter by going to the
link in the description – brilliant.org/Polymatter. And the first 200 people to use that will
get 20% off the annual premium subscription. Thanks to Brilliant, and to everyone who gives
it a try.

100 Comments

  • Reply Declan Barnes August 12, 2019 at 11:46 pm

    Smooth af transition

  • Reply Blackholefourspam August 13, 2019 at 4:44 am

    Great. but Autodesk doesn't need $2000 a year to run patches, and tools shouldn't be able to hold your projects hostage if you don't pay their subscriptions.

  • Reply happysmash27 August 14, 2019 at 6:50 pm

    The problem with subscriptions for me is when I run out of money and can't afford them anymore.

  • Reply andrewszombie August 18, 2019 at 8:03 am

    me, an Internet Pirate: LOL $10 a month, LOL subscriptions 😂😂

  • Reply fold August 18, 2019 at 8:04 am

    netflix is the only subscription i have
    for Spotify i downloaded a modded version where i dont have to pay
    and everything else i dont use and if would i would just pirate it

  • Reply MWB Gaming August 18, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    In would much prefer pay upfront and pay for updates, at least then I can choose when I want to pay for new features rather than being locked out of my apps if I can't afford the subscription fee

    It's bad enough that these apps flood your phone with the most annoying ads imaginable just to make you so pissed off that you pay out of frustration (doesn't work on me, I just delete the app, or turn off data for that particular app)

    Subscription fees for services like icloud, Spotify, Netflix.etc is fine, I personally don't use them, but it makes more sense for that to be a subscription service

    but for software that doesn't need to be online (meaning it is capable of running on the host device and does not rely on outside hardware, not just because you chose to cut out a piece of code and then stream it in from a server to force the app to be online only, or because you are rubbing online authentication DRM) pay upfront is the only way to get my business

    I'm not going to pay $9.99 per month to play a single player game, but il buy it for $30 on steam

    I have a lot of apps on my phone that went subscription only, aren't I lucky that i rarely update my apps, because I still have the non subscription versions of those apps

  • Reply unstable August 19, 2019 at 12:15 am

    4:14 unless their name is re-logic

  • Reply Sakthi's Channel August 19, 2019 at 4:18 am

    Actually Clippey(actually called Clippet) is an experiment to make computing more accessible and not for profit. It was made during when Mircosft actually cared about it's customers and not as a greedy corporation.

  • Reply Kilroy was Here August 19, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    I hate that any music or game app automatically has subscription tied to it to use basic features

  • Reply Jon Michael Halvorson August 19, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    Smooth transition, but still not as smooth as Wendover. JUST SAYING.

  • Reply denelson83 August 20, 2019 at 4:55 am

    No, I won't rent software, I will seek free open-source alternatives instead.

    Oh, and fuck Hulu. 🇨🇦

  • Reply ᗷᒪᗩᑕK ᑕᒪOᑌᗪ August 20, 2019 at 4:54 pm

    adobe is the biggest piece of sh**! obviously they make somehow… nah… useable software, which still does the job somewhat professional. but the software should be way better if I put in 20$ a month or more….

  • Reply Skittl August 21, 2019 at 10:22 am

    Imagine not cracking Spotify accounts and paying for that bullshit.

  • Reply Matt Wood August 21, 2019 at 12:16 pm

    shouldn't updates be covered under warranty? there was a time when updates were free with your once off purchase

  • Reply MrEpicBruh August 21, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    Plot twist: hes adobe and wants more money

  • Reply oyuncumert’in Günlüğü August 25, 2019 at 7:28 am

    I’ve been using free word 2007 for 12 years

  • Reply Silvya Wambui August 28, 2019 at 10:32 am

    Developers cough… They under pay those people and keep laying them off. Its just greed sorry.

  • Reply Gabriel Nobrega September 3, 2019 at 4:41 am

    that was the smoothest ad I've ever seen

  • Reply Joyy September 8, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    My total subscriptions add up to $110. and also can't live without them. Damit

  • Reply Mr. Léon September 9, 2019 at 4:37 am

    This feels somewhat like patronizing.

  • Reply Bárður Joensen September 9, 2019 at 1:47 pm

    Your defense of subscriptions was extremely weak. One time payment software is usually much more stable and the customer can choose whether it's worth it to pay for the upgrade or not. Subscriptions don't offer that opportunity

  • Reply badboy 17 September 13, 2019 at 9:37 am

    Crack 🌚🌚🌚🌚

  • Reply Jynexe September 13, 2019 at 10:26 pm

    Legit question: So why dont companies, say Adobe, do a one time purchase, let's say, $100. Then, if you ever want to change versions, which they release every year with new features and keep out the bugs. This could be a 1.X update let's say. Then minor tweaks and bug fixes for your version are free. Let's say you own 1.3 of photoshop and theres a bug that causes it to crash to desktop if you use the paint bucket. They give a small bugfix and it's all better. But next year, they are on 1.4, you don't upgrade because theres not enough cool stuff to need to. Nothing big changed or improved. No compatibility issues. Nothing. So you keep using 1.3 until 1.5 comes out and it changes some stuff you hate about 1.3 so you fork over the $25.

  • Reply Maran L September 14, 2019 at 6:42 am

    BORING!,

  • Reply Redox Hilk September 15, 2019 at 3:42 pm

    "Subscriptions can be good for I" sounds a bit odd, me think.

  • Reply Anshul Saini September 17, 2019 at 4:11 am

    I thought the ad begin at 7:28

  • Reply jayceh September 19, 2019 at 8:12 am

    Too bad a 12 month subscription to Adobe is 5x more than if you bought the previous software every year.
    So…it's a cash grab.

  • Reply kairon156 September 19, 2019 at 3:34 pm

    I just feel like that lamp. Just give me the choice of saying no, I like my old boring sockets and that I don't need the most up to date light bulb to brighten up a room. This old one is just fine thanks.

  • Reply Samdung Gawaxy September 21, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    3:58 truly owning software would include access to the source such that you could freely modify it as needed to patch security holes

  • Reply Lewis H September 23, 2019 at 2:44 am

    replying to this comment?
    cool, $10/month

  • Reply Very Private Gallery September 23, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    Marriage is a subscription, too. Capability is an issue but with constant upgrades, it would (better) work. However, people tend to cancel every 7 years… From women’s perspective, it is much better than owning your wife like a livestock. Subscription model is a breeze!

  • Reply Keto Nazi September 23, 2019 at 6:58 pm

    Again y’all expect a “YouTuber” go provide you with true information? He just wants you to subscribe so they can earn more. Don’t trust one word coming out of this chimpanzee.

  • Reply H4hT53 September 25, 2019 at 11:14 am

    Uh, brilliant segue into the sponsor segment 😉

  • Reply Eitan Ben Dor September 26, 2019 at 9:04 pm

    Add $39/mo for your pèleton subscription spinning bike.

  • Reply Serperior Weeb September 27, 2019 at 4:29 am

    I keep getting ads for BET+ subscription plan on this video xD

  • Reply Scott Katz September 28, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    2:23
    I got an add for Stream BET+ (movie streaming service)… u cannot make this up

  • Reply shoy bay September 30, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    i got an ad about BET+ for the first time after i clicked on this vid 😂

  • Reply justjessking006 September 30, 2019 at 5:08 pm

    Apple Arcade is 4.99$ a month.
    Xbox live is 60$ a year… 12 months in a year…5$ a month.

  • Reply Jai Cilento I Love That Guy ʕ•ᴥ•ʔߛ ̋ October 4, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    ☼ 6:20 sometimes i think this is the perfect yt channel in every way. i wonder which thinktank bankrolls it. is this soros money? -_-

  • Reply Tmg Clips October 5, 2019 at 5:37 pm

    Letsss go autodesk

  • Reply xA.C.Lx_DefectzZ L October 8, 2019 at 4:37 am

    I canceled my subscription and I didn’t get my money back:(

  • Reply Sike October 11, 2019 at 9:57 pm

    3:00 just another comment mentioning the last review

  • Reply Cactus Jones 2.0 October 13, 2019 at 7:31 am

    What about video games? I play rainbow 6, and that was a once off fee, but I'm getting at least 4 updates a year for the next 10 years? I'm not saying you're wrong, in just curious on how they are making it work.

  • Reply Dustin Duz Games October 13, 2019 at 10:48 am

    I always wondered why there was still blockbuster up here

  • Reply Connor Lynch October 13, 2019 at 3:29 pm

    1:56
    THis is when I saw an Adobe stock ad only a few pixels away

  • Reply Pratyush Dhage October 15, 2019 at 3:53 am

    He bored me. I still don't have prime or netflix. Even the small paid apps i don't have. Dont see the point of one

  • Reply A.W. J October 15, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    New idea: LampBox- a new lamp delivered to your living room every month for the low price of $19.99 a month! (regular updates to the existing lamp are required to use LampBox).

  • Reply Norm October 15, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    You asshole software shouldn't be subscription. You pay for it once and get updates till the new version is out etc like windows has done. Who do you work for?

  • Reply Norm October 15, 2019 at 2:40 pm

    This subscription shit is getting rediculous.

  • Reply Minerva Li October 16, 2019 at 1:19 pm

    This is BS. They update the software because they have to do that in order to sell their products to new customers. And now subscriptions are more about 12~30$/mo, it's been on the rise for the past two years.

  • Reply GHB October 17, 2019 at 1:31 am

    One thing I’m worred is “live services”, jim Sterling pointed it out that this is unsustainable. Not to mention if you have herd about google stadia about “game ownership”. It’s part of how a games you “have” could vanish if companies shut down their servers and render your game permanently unplayable.

    Always-online DRM demonstrates with games with an upfront price that you technically own, only for it to “expires” (similar to shelf life of foods) if the company didn’t patch out the restrictions before the death of support for the game. This is a warning sign with games that rely on support from the companies in order for the game to be available.

  • Reply Sam October 17, 2019 at 4:56 am

    So… The answer is make your programs last longer.
    Seriously, there's professional programs made in the early 00's that still operate like new even on win10

  • Reply Alex Mac October 17, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    Youre a fricken beta male cuck.

  • Reply Zeus 0886 October 17, 2019 at 2:14 pm

    Nothing is about ownership anymore. Lease cars and phones. Borrow music, tv shows and movies. I have apple music but I work at an ivy league university so I get it for $4.99 a month. Once that 4 years is up im stopping the the subscription.

  • Reply MarioLuigi0404 October 17, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    I find Xbox GamePass to be the best subscription service. There are no games locked behind it, and it gives you a 20% discount on any of the games and all DLC products for said games. You could always get the $1 dollar for a month special, but games you’ve had your eye on for 80% of the normal price, and not need to continue paying a monthly fee.

  • Reply Bhavyansh Sabharwal October 17, 2019 at 8:33 pm

    2:58 Yeah you will

  • Reply Tasty Rainbro October 18, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    There has to be a basic version with basic features and everything else has to be togglable and maybe cost a little. Like using their servers to communicate across the world with people while having your communication save for sudden reviews. I would like to pay for things like that, but not for thing like "making pdfs from this" or "unzip that" stuff.

  • Reply arcase6 October 20, 2019 at 11:49 pm

    As a software developer the argument that subscriptions are necessary because bugs exist is not a valid argument. Software maintenance was always part of the development cycle and did not become a thing when subscriptions started existing. Also as someone who regularly uses Autodesk products and develops custom addins, subscription models have not made the code more stable or better in any way. If anything the stable income stream seems to encourage companies to only attain the bare minimum.

  • Reply Jackson Abney October 21, 2019 at 6:49 am

    I'm an Alaskan! They're all gone now.

  • Reply Oltan S. October 22, 2019 at 7:01 am

    Words newer features are actually pretty great for writing engineering reports.

  • Reply Badhon Ebrahim October 25, 2019 at 11:27 am

    they can make it $0.50 and make $6 a year and $600M/y from millions of people who r using these services… to be honest, companies likee Adobe are purposefully making too much money, that they cant even use…..

  • Reply Dimrain13 October 26, 2019 at 4:07 pm

    Where do you make these videos? Seems like maybe a template in AFX? I cant place it. lmk as I really like the flow of these videos.

  • Reply McMacoAppoStore October 28, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    The sponsor transition is as smooth as a baby's bountifully bodacious booty

  • Reply Sam October 30, 2019 at 6:50 pm

    tlaking paper clips needed 3

  • Reply Random Guy October 30, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    All you can fuck coochie starting just at $10.99 a months. Premium starts at $14.99. Join up for all you can fuck coochie now!

  • Reply Roupi October 31, 2019 at 10:38 am

    ducker

  • Reply Zuhair Wali Khan October 31, 2019 at 11:18 am

    Affinity photo is one time purchase and free updates

  • Reply Rock Brentwood November 1, 2019 at 5:43 am

    What subscriptions? Barely even on the radar. There's none around here; none I care about. Operating system – get a real one here https://github.com/torvalds/linux for free (and you can help program it; and you can add to what you get from there by going over at LFS and BLFS; all the libraries are free for you to use and modify). If you want utlities; get them here https://ftp.gnu.org/ Want more sophisticated stuff, go here https://github.com/ Want publication software (and the only kind that respectable journals accept submissions from) go here https://ctan.org/tex-archive?lang=en For free. You can help program it too. I don't see any "subscriptions" anywhere. If you got suckered by subscriptions, then you're a chump. Don't be a chump; dump the subscriptions and forget about them.

  • Reply Khaled AlTamimi November 1, 2019 at 12:10 pm

    is Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce a sponsor? 4:29

  • Reply Stéphane Bernard November 1, 2019 at 3:02 pm

    What?… You are advertising a subscription service at the end…. Strange!..

  • Reply KingPatron November 3, 2019 at 11:00 pm

    Jokes on you, I Crack adobe products

  • Reply Alex Holz November 4, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    I'm glad the software I use for my business isn't subscription. I paid $300 in March for version 10. And I can upgrade to 11 in 5 or 6 years. Or I can keep 10. They stop updating after a while. But people are still v7 or 8 and they like it. But they don't expect more updates for the old versions. More companies should do this, or go back to it.

  • Reply Martín Mejía November 5, 2019 at 1:37 am

    4:35 … which apps are those?

  • Reply Racool November 5, 2019 at 2:05 am

    Ew I just pirate my movies

  • Reply Sepz November 5, 2019 at 2:33 am

    Smooth transition into the ad read there

  • Reply MB1News November 6, 2019 at 5:21 am

    Lol your videos are super high quality and funny, nice work dude

  • Reply video & game ticnical Dekho November 7, 2019 at 10:23 am

    Shoaib

  • Reply Cal Haston November 9, 2019 at 12:12 am

    My add was a vpn. Why?

  • Reply The Drumstick Empire November 9, 2019 at 12:45 pm

    Aaaand then you have youtube

  • Reply Squsodu November 10, 2019 at 10:11 pm

    4:18 i am upset because those arrows are kinda going the wrong way

  • Reply Advaith Bala November 13, 2019 at 1:30 pm

    or you could torrent movies and software and not give a shit

  • Reply Åke Lindblom November 13, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    2:33 I don't know if you realized this, but "Hyra" literally means rent in Swedish.. so yeah I was confused as fk..

  • Reply switchtalent123 November 18, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    I don’t use any subscriptions

  • Reply Ongun - November 19, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    Have you thought of getting into Venture Capital @polymatter ??

  • Reply Tony Faxton November 21, 2019 at 2:20 pm

    PolyMatter used to be really good place to learn the indepth explanation. Now, it has become like a sell out. UNSUBSCRIBED.

  • Reply KMF November 22, 2019 at 7:39 am

    I hate hate HATE subscriptions!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Reply KMF November 22, 2019 at 7:42 am

    Open source

  • Reply Orbite flow November 23, 2019 at 11:39 am

    10×20=$200 a month not really worth the bullshit. Piracy it is then.

  • Reply Dharrshin Marimuthu November 23, 2019 at 4:36 pm

    I watched all your vid just in 1 day keep the outstanding work I love your vid

  • Reply kakashi hatake34 November 25, 2019 at 8:52 am

    I got a Netflix add on this video😂😂

  • Reply SandboxArrow November 25, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    I hope Subscription services will die

  • Reply SandboxArrow November 25, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    #fuckea

  • Reply Formata Gfys November 28, 2019 at 5:49 am

    Hookers should have a subscription service….

  • Reply William Reymond November 29, 2019 at 4:19 am

    $10 per month? What a bargain! What service is that? Everyone on earth wants to charge me $20 a month for their worthless service! People just want to attach a leech to your bank account – forever. Take Adobe for instance the Creative Suite used to be pretty expensive so you used to upgrade only when absolutely necessary. I ran CS2 for fourteen years, I just upgraded to CS6… Now you only have to pay $50/month for the Creative Cloud – for the rest of your life. So this is what you call a kleptocracy??? Ruled by thieves?

  • Reply Marc Anthony Cherubin November 29, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    Am I the only one who wonders how this elaborately leads to a subscription? I mean, why does the voice sound so robotic to begin with, Hell, I have yet to see a human face behind all of this “data”. Lol wow.

  • Reply Some Guy's Channel November 30, 2019 at 1:48 pm

    I love how I got a Spotify ad before this videom

  • Reply OOOF exe December 1, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    5 bucks a month to play Mario kart……..

  • Reply jane doe December 2, 2019 at 6:58 pm

    All the updates that come from software companies drive me crazy. Always adding features I do not care for or making you learn icons instead of leaving words for menus. Sometimes they go really too far and change what you can play around with. I am very glad I bought legacy software for many things. Having microsoft office 2002 is much better than subscribing to 365. Especially when you are comfortable with the software.

  • Reply jane doe December 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    It is also scary when your subscription comes in the form of unknown data transfers. You do agree to these things when using apps and the like, but you never really know what you lose in that transaction. Sometimes you have no choice.

  • Reply jane doe December 2, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Albert Camus tells you that updating your apps, there is joy. 😀

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