So, do you apply that standard to Paizo as well? Because they don't have a character generator. Hero Lab is NOT Paizo, it's Lone Wolf.
As for Dungeonscape....meh...I really don't care. 5e isn't an overly-complicated system like Pathfinder where there's a real need for these kinds of digital tools.
This is from lonewolf-Rob back in 2010:"We'll be outlining our overall digital tools vision to Paizo. That includes our existing Hero Lab product and our evolution plans for it. It also includes our upcoming Realm Works product and how it fits into our vision. Plus it includes a variety of other elements that I'm not at liberty to discuss publicly right now. Basically, it's where we are, where we're going, and the synergies we envision with Paizo and the Pathfinder line.
Paizo is undoubtedly talking to multiple tool developers about their respective visions. Based on those discussions, I'm guessing that Paizo will identify the companies whose vision best matches Paizo's own vision and/or best resonates with Paizo's goals. Strategic partnerships can then be established with those companies to bring the most value to Paizo's customer base."
Paizo also has a Pathfinder tie-in with Syrinscape.
So, how is this really different from what WotC had with Trapdoor?
As a gamer, do the differences really matter?
I'm as tired of edition wars as the next person but regardless of your feelings towards WotC's games, staff, etc. their ability to support digital tools in any reasonable fashion is incredibly lacking.