As Josh mentioned earlier, the plugin has been fixed. Now, it is entirely up to you whether you decide to keep using it or not, but there is nothing more we can do on our end here.
Sometimes stuff breaks, for a myriad of different reasons, including premium software, and what makes the difference, both to our users as well as our users' readers and followers, is being able to count with a team that will quickly resolve the situation, which is exactly what happened in this case. If you have been using WP for a while, you must have noticed that it is not uncommon for plugins and themes to remain broken for countless days, sometimes even weeks, before the authors even get to addressing the problems. How long did it take in this case? Less than 12 hours? That's even better than my premium hosting plan's average response time whenever I post a support ticket!
On a more personal note, and to the risk of sounding slightly too straightforward, I believe that if you intend to stop using every plugin that breaks due to an update every once in a while, you won't be left with many to choose from at the end of the day. But then again, that is just my opinion.
Thank you for your feedback.