Actually, I think people wanting things 'simplified' being one of the main reasons why we have simple apps that are not overly complex or robustly functional. Because in all honesty, this version of ********* is a neutered version compared to the WM version. I mean, I can do so much more in WM's ********* that I can't find on Android version. Example: style formats, headers, footnotes, etc. Basically WM version was literally carrying the desktop counterpart with you.
The developer said they got complaints about menus being too long, navigating them, etc from users. So it looks like people looking for simplicity (sacrificing functions/features) caused this neutering on the Android version. I can honestly hope they don't charge the same price as the WM version ($80 USD/$40 USD upgrade - and well worth it) because you are losing some functions/features on the Android version.