Murmel goes out of beta 🎉

Murmel goes out of beta 🎉
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Since we released the first official beta version of Murmel, we have been looking towards this moment. Thanks to the valuable feedback we gathered from our helpful beta testers, we can now move forward.

To guarantee the future sustainability of our service, we have set out from the very beginning to build a paid offering only. Getting out of the beta phase makes our pricing plans effective for all our current and future customers. However, we know that people would like to test and see if Murmel does what they want it to. That is why the first 30 days after signing up are entirely free. Within those 30 days, anyone is free to change their mind and cancel their subscription without any questions or charges.

What this means to you, the customers.

Turning Murmel into a product will help us sustain its future development and guarantee only the best service to its customers. We are a small but ambitious team - we very much want things to stay that way. Sustainability ensures a certain level of predictability and gives power to customers’ hands to shape the future direction of product development. That is unlike other ”free” offerings that come and go at the will of their owners. They also hide the fact that using the service is not really free - it comes at the expense of users’ privacy and free will.

We don’t want any of that. We want you to know what you are paying for and be happy about investing in its future.

Why don’t you give it a try?

Sign up and enjoy 30 days for free.