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I’m currently using Hummingbird from WPMUDEV on all of my websites, but a couple weeks ago we had major issues with an update. Is this better than Hummingbird? With which latest WP version is it tested?

Fix the mobile cache issue that’s been going on since January and a ticket created in April with 60 or so replies on the cloud flare apo github, last dev response they did not have enough staff to dedicate to apo, I mean maybe I misread it but seems pretty clear.

Proof is in the no action to fix, just surprising given it’s Wordpress.

Sorry if it sounds harsh but feedback is feedback and you are selling it as a product, if it were in the free tier be a different story.


We are going to start, we want blessings from everyone.