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New app helps you buy and sell powersports equipment
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 by Richard Harris
RumbleOn announced a new app for mobile on both iOS and Android, alongside a revitalized website experience. RumbleOn is transforming the way pre-owned powersports vehicles are bought and sold by providing users with an efficient, timely, transparent, and trustworthy acquisition and distribution experience.
The new RumbleOn website and mobile app include signifi...
Selling your app and what you should know
Monday, April 10, 2017 by Richard Harris
The app market has changed significantly over the last few years. Google Play, for example, had 600,000 apps in 2012. Now it has more than 3 million. Despite this, a report from Nielsen suggests that users only use 27 apps per month. As a result, it is increasingly difficult for developers and app owners to maintain engagement and to successfully monetize their apps.Acc...
A Deep Dive Into the Sell My App Marketplace for Developers
Thursday, July 14, 2016 by Richard Harris
We recently sat down with Stav Zilbershtein to talk about the developer app marketplace SellMyApp.com to discuss what it does, and how it can help developers earn more from their code.
Stav Zilbershtein is a passionate internet entrepreneur. Coming from vast experience in Internet marketing and SEO he created Sell My App as a powerful exchange point for mob...
Everything You Need To Know About the Malicious Apps in Google Play
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 by Anant Singh
Earlier this month, the Google Play store was reduced to chaos with the discovery that 13 apps - several of which were extremely popular- were infected with malware developed by the infamous China-based BrainTest, a malicious “brand” that had been lurking in the shadows, but has now made a comeback.We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about this attack on Androi...
Freemium versus paid app models
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 by Richard Harris
The freemium model was adopted by app developers due to the high competition in the marketplace. With Freemium, developers and owners can create and launch lots of different apps and inevitably one or two of them will gain traction and bring in a profit. Freemium is a good choice for mass-market apps (like games and music). The paid model works when the a...
App Law and Which Way I Ought To Go From Here
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 by Adam Grant
On March 21, the FTC issued a press release that caused me
to reflect on a certain piece of famous literature I read as a child. As I read
the press release, I thought about Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic, Alice in Wonderland, and how it could
provide guidance to mobile app developer’s when considering how the law
regulates a child’s use of an app. Lewis
No More Flappy Bird Says Developer Dong Nguyen
Sunday, February 9, 2014 by Richard Harris
Success isn't all it's cracked up to be says the developer of the iOS game "Flappy Bird" and to try and slip back into a quite life he's going to take Flappy Bird out of the app store! WHAT! You mean he's not interested in being a famous developer and possibly making loads of cash? That's right says Dong Nguyen the creator of the little game that has stayed at the top o...
Should I charge for my app
Thursday, November 29, 2012 by Richard Harris
It’s a question that we have discussed a few times here on the AppsGeyser blog, should you be charging for your Android app once it hits the app store? There is no clear answer and the truth beholds only you can make the final decision. To help you make this decision we would like to highlight the pros and cons for charging for your app and the steps required if you do ...