Our Mission

Dear Visitor,
Our goal is to make a Freeware Software Develoment company.

Our objective is to rely on users for the definition of what programs to develop, and what functionalities to add. This is why we chose UD Soft (from User-Defined Software) as the name of our company.
We rely purely on donations to sustain the software development costs. Donations will also allow us to keep on working on patches and updates.
We think our kind of company, if economically sustainable, could really challenge the software industry as we know know it. Our company could deliver to the user the program he wants, with the features he desires, for free, allowing him to contribute as much as he thinks the program is worth to him.

This is our pilot project. If we will be able to collect enough funds to be able to payback the initial investment for the Outlook-Google Calendar Sync app we will launch the company and start investing more resources and time in this business venture.
In our forum you can already find a section for new software requests. That is where we'll start for our next phase, if this first pilot works out.

If you like the idea of a software house like the one we have in mind, please support us. Your support will be decisive.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Donation received

Hello everyone.
I would like to personally thank the donor who has just donated 10 USD to our cause.
We were quite distressed lately since we have not received any donation for a long while and we were starting to think we should start asking for a small price for our program. You have given us a new injection of hope that afterall our project might still be valuable!
Thank you very much for supporting us and for believing in our venture.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Francesco,
    I know it goes against freeware but with the success of cheap Apps for mobiles could you not use the same strategy? Charge $1 a go and you would easily get the $300 based on the demand in the newsgroups/blogs.