Where's the link to purchase a subscription to Revel?

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How do you purchase a subscription to Revel?

Apple's Appstore doesn't have a way to buy a subscription. Adobe redirects their customers to the Appstore. Apple doesn't furnish their customers with a way to purchase a subscription, only a way to get the 30 day free trial.

If you could just give me a link so I can buy a Revel subscription, I would be happy.
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David Daratony

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Charlie D, Official Rep

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We're still working with Apple on making subscriptions possible through the Mac App Store. For now, subscriptions can only be started using the app on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Do you have one of these devices? If so, go into the app, sign in, go into settings, and under your account details you should see two subscription options--monthly and annual.
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No, I don't have any of the three.

When I quit Revel, I asked how to export, and said I'd rather use iPhoto because it's free. I spoke out of frustration. Revel is a wonderful app. Most everything Adobe does is amazing, and you never quit perfecting it.

I really want to upload my photos to Revel. This is truly a bummer. What other recourse do I have but to buy one of the three expensive Apple machines?

It would be a truly an impressive business plan. I wonder how many Revel & Macbook users who don't have one of the three Apple products mentioned above would go out and purchase one.

I worked for a small startup during the dot.com bubble and burst. The operative word is "small." But, we could do amazing things through our partnerships, and rather quickly, if the right people were working on the project. So it's surprising ... astonishing that there's a wetware/software/hardware issue the best hardware company and the best software company (I put you guys on rank with Microsoft -- you guys even surpass them) can't fix in a minute, unless ...

What other recourse do I have to purchase your product on your partner's machine?