Just to confirm, would the issues you’re running into be fixed by reverting back? Let’s figure out why the Play Store isn’t giving you the option to opt out of the beta! I would try deleting the app entirely, going to the Play Store page for Skritter (on the device itself), and looking for the “leave” button under the beta participation area. Here’s a link to a guide, (though I’m sure you’re already following these steps): https://docs.skritter.com/article/132-beta-testing
Another concerning thing is you should have had to opt-in (by pressing the button on the Play Store page) to grab the beta version, which also means you should be able to opt out. I realize you said you did not opt in. Since we don’t have control over this, have you tried contacting Google to see if they can spot why the Play Store isn’t acting correctly and allowing you to leave the beta participation? I wish we had the power on our end to be able to make changes on your device like that.
It looks like our correspondence regarding the Android beta left off with asking if it might be possible to get a screenshot of the beta participation area on the Play Store, though it doesn’t look like we received a response regarding this. I see you emailed about the bulk copy and pasting over the weekend which is why it’s taken a couple days to get a response. Sorry for the delay!
Would you be able to send a screenshot of the beta participation area on the Play Store page for Skritter (from your device)?
Regarding copy and pasting in bulk, this isn’t implemented into Android 2.0 (yet!) which is why you are running into that problem. You could use the 2.0 website instead, though. When you paste it into the input field (line by line text), it’ll show up like one string of text with a space between each word, but when you press enter it should add each word as a separate item.
I see you’ve been with us for quite some time, which explains the level of frustration a bit more, and of course the fact you’ve been unable to revert back versions and are forced to use something you haven’t been wanting to. I’ve extended your account’s subscription time (check your account to see by how much!), which I hope will alleviate a bit of the frustration.
I hope this truly doesn’t feel like talking to a wall, we’re trying our best to make sure the app is as great as possible, and I’m trying my best to find a solution for you.