I think it may be time for an email campaign to Google. This app appears to be absolute abandonware? I for one purchased the app not knowing it was abandonware. The disappointment is incredible!
JD is simply the best battery app created by anyone anywhere. It is an abandoned masterpiece.
One can only speculate at what unfortunate life incident has befallen the Developer. What would cause him/her to cease and desist, unless he has, indeed, ceased and desisted!
Whatever the circumstance, Android is moving on Kit Kat will surely be at 4.5 soon, and Lollipop is here!
All apps are being refreshed with the new GUI. Phones are getting bigger, more and more features and capabilities, and are in greater and greater need of battery management software.
With onset of Lollipop, Google should not allow JD to exist as "abandonware" in the Google Play Store as a 'paid' app.
It us now at a point, where JD exists as a 'ripoff', a con. It is THEFT!
Google needs to make all efforts to determine the circumstance.
If indeed something unfortunate has befallen the Dev; and/or is simply not reachable, then Google should inform the users, and suspend JuiceDefender.
No one should pay for abandonware, not knowing it is abandonware!
I feel ripped off!
Personnally, I tried and paid for several apps before settling upon JD. I purchased JD "Ultimate", and have more than just the cost of JD invested, but additionally the cost of all the other battery management apps I tried.
Not to mention the time spent mastering all the minutiae which makes JD Ultimate such a great app.
Please, Google it is your responsibility. If this keeps up a basis for Class Action may be in order. The money received for JD is received under dubius, if not false pretense.
I simply want a working, continually developed app, it is what I paid, the above average price, for!
Continual development was implied, if not expressed! You, Google are responsible.
Can not some great XDA developer pickup JuiceDefender and give it life?
Let us campaign….