If you want to get in touch, your first point of contact should be the forums. But for the “personal touch”, feel free to use the contact form below.
But please refrain from questions like “will LivePrompter work for me to do xyz” or “will LivePrompter run on my iPad” – LivePrompter is free Windows and Android software, I develop it in my free time, and I don’t really want to spend that time to convince people to use it 😉 or to tell them that it doesn’t run on Macs, iPads, or Linux. Just use the information provided on this website to decide if you want to download and try it – what have you got to lose?
I will certainly try to help you when you’re stuck or if you have any questions that can’t be answered otherwise. In case of technical or usage issues, I’d really suggest using the forum, so others can learn from the discussion .
Sorry for sounding like this, but I’ve received too many frivolous requests of that kind in the past weeks, so please understand if I reserve the right to not react to messages of that kind anymore.
And here is a message to all the people flooding my fontact form with messages about Search Engine Optimization, Cross Post offers, Social Media Automation, AI-based Content generation etc: ❗I am not interested in your offerings – please do not waste your and my time sending me these messages❗ If this spamming continues, I’m considering removing this contact form altogether – it’s becoming a real nuisance…
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