Archive for March, 2013

Everything you’ve ever heard about selling software is true

March 23, 2013 |  1 response  

Everything you’ve ever heard about selling software is true. In this post I’ll outline my experience with two things I’ve always heard about selling software and have been experiencing lately. Your worst case scenario isn’t that your software won’t work or won’t scale, it’s that no one will care I performed a small launch (or…     Read more »

Conclusion of the Ad experiment – We have a winner

March 13, 2013 |  4 responses  

If you guys remember from January 2012, I started a small experiment to determine if a totally free, ad-supported version would make cents for me (yes, it’s the same pun. It’s just too good to not use again). Today I happened to collect some financial stats and we have a clear winner! Lately, given that…     Read more »

Thankbee needs You!

March 8, 2013 |  No responses yet  

The past two weeks have been really fun and productive for Thankbee (and of course for me). Last week I was on vacation, visiting my sister near San Francisco, California. This meant that I wasn’t able to be online much and work on Thankbee coding. However it wasn’t totally a wasted week: I was able…     Read more »

For your next app localization, choose Japanese

March 6, 2013 |  3 responses  

I was just browsing around when I found this article from App Annie, stating that last November Japan exceeded the US in Google Play revenue. This means, if you normally just publish apps in English or Spanish, you’re missing out on a huge market. I personally have tried to include as many Western languages as…     Read more »