Have you published an app? Is it free or are you charging? What's your experience and advice?
What's your feeling about offering your app for free or charging 99 cents? I built an app with ibuildapp (I don't think I can say the name here); however, I didn't realize that once you have it in googleplay for Adroid as a free app, you can't change it. If you have more than 2000 downloads, there is a monthly fee of $79. I can't make that up in advertising. I can see charging for ebook apps, but mine isn't exactly that. I'm not sure what to do now. If I republish and offer just a bit of the app and then charge for the whole thing, I don't think people will be compelled to buy.
by Billie Kelpin4 years ago
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by India Arnold6 years ago
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by Rajinder Soni6 years ago
Would you buy a free antivirus online if they are not charging you anything?But you know that it can compromise your device.
by Mike Russo6 years ago
What do you think about most airlines charging for baggage that used to be free?
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