Archive | November, 2012

Issue #33

Articles Gabor Cselle – Tales of Creation: Letterpress Deconstructed An attempt to dig deep into Letterpress. Anatomy of a Native Feeling HTML5 iOS App What it says. How to Write an App Store Description (For iTunes) After title, name and screenshots you should have a good description. You’re Not Loren Brichter Freemium isn’t the only [...]

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App Pricing and the Freemium Trend

The article that inspired the “You’re Not Loren Brichter” article.

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You’re Not Loren Brichter

Freemium isn’t the only way to have a successful App. Especially if you’re an Indie looking to make it selling apps.

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How to Write an App Store Description (For iTunes)

After title, name and screenshots you should have a good description.

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Anatomy of a Native Feeling HTML5 iOS App

What it says.

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Gabor Cselle – Tales of Creation: Letterpress Deconstructed

An attempt to dig deep into Letterpress.

Issue #32

Editor’s Note Some interesting talk of the gold rush, still, that is the App Store and mobile marketplace. Articles Q: “How much does an app cost?” A: “About as much as a car.” And there are many models to choose from. As Boom Lures App Creators, Tough Part Is Making a Living How one couple [...]

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Unlocking the Science of Habits: How to Hack the Habit Loop & Become the Man You Want to Be

Another article inspired by The Power of Habit and we could all benefit from planning and engineering our habits to drive us towards our goals: Stopping the trigger of great idea to hours of wasted coding, or using the trigger of bored in line and doing research in the app store

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$750,000 per day with 2 iOS apps

Here’s the type of stories that inspire the gold rush. Pretty amazing. Here are some minimal stats on Clash of Clans.

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WORK HARD, WORK SMART AND DON’T PLAY THE LOTTERY

Rob Bazinet’s take on the above article.