Generating revenue from free applications is difficult. One great way to do this, aside from In App Purchases, is advertising. Advertising not only helps to generate revenue directly, but it can also serve as a constant reminder for your users that they should upgrade to a paid version of your app. The annoyance should be
Steve Jobs is one of my personal role models. He accomplished great things during his life and he played a pivotol role in designing revolutionary products. I often look to quotes of his for inspiration and guidance when it comes to my own projects and designs. I often find myself turning to these quotes to
I hear a lot of app ideas. Evaluating these app ideas can be very challenging, but it is an important step in the process. Spending months and countless dollars on the wrong ideas will certainly bankrupt you quickly. Here are a few key points to consider when evaluating the feasility and potential in your app
To help out other developers- I will share a few free Promotional opportunities I have found: appgiveaway.com — submit some promo codes and they will host a give away iphoneappreview.com — submit a self written article on your app appolicious.com — sign up to be a community reviewer and review your own app along with
In an effort to promote my newest game, unFed unDead! I am reaching out to several different review sites. To help other developers, I am sharing my experience with each to help others evaluate how they should promote their own games. DailyAppShow.com is the second paid site I have used for a paid video review.
This is an excerpt from a recent email in which I was discussing with a client which platform they should target with their app. I figured my input might be useful for others out there… “To Answer your question regarding Android, note that Amazon is actually an Android platform. There may be some minor revisions
In the last few months, facebook stopped supporting audio attachments in posts created through the facebook API. My app Quotables used this feature to post audio quotes from various movies on to the users wall. When Facebook stopped supporting this, it took a bit piece of functionality out of my app. After many hours of
After another 3am night, I am very happy to finally have my new developer API live! The SynCloud API is a Cloud Syncing API that allows developers to easily add a multi-user sync interface into their existing mobile apps. This API integrates with core data to create an easy to use, multi-user multi-table syncing interface.
Users thinking about updating to iOS 6, I encourage you to be patient and wait a week or two before updating or you will run the risk that many of your apps may stop working. Unfortunately, it appears that iOS6 introduces some surprising and significant compatibility issues that developers [like myself] are scrambling to update
In my quest to promote my newest app, unFed unDead!, I am turning to several paid review sites. There are so many out there and you really have no idea what to expect when you sign up for them. Well, over the next few weeks I will be trying many of them out and writing