May 24, 2011

Free Trial vs. Full Version: What Are The Differences?

Filed under: Viira, Viira Outlook Suite — Tags: , — admin @ 2:47 pm

Short Answer: None.

The free trials of both Viira and the Viira Outlook Suite contain the exact same features and capabilities that you will find in the corresponding full version. This is by design: we want you to try out the full spectrum of what both Viira and the Viira Outlook Suite can do so that you can see for yourself the level of organization and productivity that our products can help you achieve in your day-to-day lives.

Naturally, the free trial expires after the 14 day free trial period is over whereas the full version doesn’t.

Activating the full version is easy and requires a license key that you will be given upon purchase. You won’t have to uninstall/reinstall or have to worry about transitioning your data in any way as it will all be there right after you activate the full version.

Purchases made directly from our site can take advantage of our OTA activation. With it you can quickly and conveniently activate the full version wirelessly from within Viira or the Viira Outlook Suite.

At the time of this writing there is only one minor exception to the “no differences” rule above. The Viira Outlook Suite BlackBerry client’s ability to import Viira 2 and Viira 3 data is only available in the full version of the suite - and this is largely for technical reasons. Aside from that what you see in the free trial is what you will see in the full version.

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  1. Wondering if you will be doing anything further to highlight Next Actions in further update. Being able to re-order the list on my phone with the volume key is amazing: best application I have seen yet. The problem is that you can’t see next actions in a view of their own. I’d love to be able to order the lists at the project level, and have the master list reordered, as well. I’d also love the first item in each project to be the Next Action and somehow highlighted. At the very least, I’d love a separate Next Action view to see these on their own.

    Thanks for the already great program.

    Comment by Steve — June 15, 2011 @ 5:12 pm

  2. Steve, yes, you should definitely see Viira provide more enhanced support for advanced aspects Getting Things Done like next actions, reviews etc in the months to come. A Next Actions view is coming, so stay tuned!

    Comment by dev — June 16, 2011 @ 2:41 pm

  3. When my iPhone “bricked”, I lost months of good stuff that was in my “Things” app. Are there any *immediate* plans to provide for data backups?


    Comment by Monte — September 18, 2011 @ 2:56 pm

  4. Hi Monte,

    Yes, we will be providing a cloud-based data backup over the coming weeks. The cloud backup will be the first installment in our cloud sync service that we announced last month:

    The cloud backup will be available for both the Android and BlackBerry version of Viira.

    Comment by dev — September 19, 2011 @ 11:08 am

  5. I’m holding off trying until the BB PlayBook version is out (with OS v2) - the 14 day trial is lkely to expire. What will the cost of a BB, BB PlayBook & Outllok set cost?

    Comment by Chris Bishop — January 6, 2012 @ 6:43 am

  6. Hi Chris,

    We haven’t finalized pricing on the BB, Playbook and Outlook combo yet but if you are looking at upgrading to the full version of the Viira Outlook Suite or Viira, you might as well get it now because we always provide full purchase credit towards any new products that we roll out.

    Whatever you pay for the Viira Outlook Suite now will later be applied as credit towards the BB, Playook and Outlook combo so you are better off getting it now and using it in the meantime while the Playbook 2.0 comes out.

    Comment by admin — January 6, 2012 @ 10:26 am

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