In September 2018 we released the first version of the WPassword plugin for WordPress. The plugin has been a great success. It helps hundreds of administrators ensure their WordPress users use very strong passwords.
Today we are announcing update 1.4 of the plugin. With this update we are allowing users to trial the plugin before they buy it, which we believe is very important when selling a premium only plugin.
This post tells you about all that is new with update WPassword 1.4.
Premium plugin now available directly from our website
Until this release we were selling the plugin through Envato. While Envato was good to start with, it has a lot of limitations: users could not trial the plugin before buying it, and we could not run special offer campaigns whenever we wanted. So with this change, we now have:
Free trials of the WPassword plugin
You can get a 7-day free trial of the WPassword plugin for WordPress from our website. No strings attached, no payments, no BS!
New advantageous pricing
We can now have more advantageous pricing for all our users. Envato add fees of up to $25 on top of our price in some cases. This meant many users were buying the plugin without support because the overall cost was too high. We didn’t like that.
Since we are selling the plugin directly there are no hidden fees. The price you see on our website is the price you pay. Also, included in the price are unlimited updates and premium support. Prices start from as low as $5.99, up to only $149.99 for the unlimited sites license.
Check out the plugin pricing page for more information.
Reset all WordPress users password feature improved
When using the WPassword plugin you can also reset the passwords of all the users on your WordPress website. It only takes a mouse click!
Previously this functionality was only available when the policies were enabled. However, now the function is totally independent: regardless of the state of the policies you can reset all the users’ passwords.
Other plugin improvements and bug fixes
In this update we included other plugin improvements and bug fixes. For a complete list of changes please refer to the WPassword plugin change log.
Questions? We’re here to help
Lately we also launched a new support page and the WordPress plugins knowledge base. If you have any questions or experience any technical difficulties use these resources. If you would like to get in touch with us use our contact page. We’d be more than happy to help.
Ensure strong password security – download the free 7-day trial!