A few days later, the developer had an apology from Litres, the company who made the bogus claim. I tried to read the apology, but my Russian is non-existent. If any readers want to give us an overview of the apology, it’s here .
The good news is that the developer received lots of support and coverage of the story. Scroll down to see the list of sites that wrote about it . And as of yesterday, Moon+ Reader was back on Google Play .
The awesome news for readers is that in celebration, the developer has put the app on sale for the rest of the month. Not that $4.99 is expensive, but who can pass up a 50% off sale, making it only $2.49? I’ve been meaning to purchase it for a while now, so you know where I’m heading as soon as I post this story.