Let me begin by saying: I personally have been very content with the new client and the work the devs have been doing, so thank you guys so much. Yes, there are small things here and there, but not enough to drastically impact my experience.
Honestly, my biggest issue has been that I feel there's a disconnect between the developers and the users. Outside of occasional Release updates, we haven't been given a whole lot of information. My favorite post on this forum (I think it's been taken down, but I could be wrong) was when somebody made a mock weekly-update. I thought that was a great idea - the masses will be calmed if we're being informed of what the priorities are and when we can expect them by. Personally, I'd even prefer an absolute lie to complete silence.
But every day, somebody's posting a new issue somewhere on the forum, and more often than not, they're valid points. And while I have no doubt that they're being read and being noted, we just don't know what the devs are most focused on until it's released. It could be that they're focused on making the app when the Game Creator comes along 7 months after release and lays down the hammer with a topic entitled "There is no AI", and completely throws a wrench in the works.
I made this overly-lengthy poll to address most, if not all, of the complaints people have had either recently or with great frequency over the last 6 months. Instead of everybody repeating the same issues, I'm hoping we can see what areas have the highest demand for improvement. There was a topic in April for people to state their 3 biggest feature requests, which ended up creating a lot of diverse ideas, and in my eyes anyways, didn't seem to accomplish that much. I'm thinking (or hoping at any rate) that this will work a little better (remember to be logged-in to vote/view it)
Again, I give my thanks to the developers. I'm very grateful that they have devoted the last year of their lives to doing their best to give us the best experience possible (and even though I would like to see more communication, it's certainly more than Making Fun did). At the end of day, everybody needs to remember that it's ultimately ShuffleIt's decision what to do next. If everybody votes for one thing, the devs have every right to focus on something else. Beggars can't be choosers (except when deciding if the 2 silvers are worth it or not).