• Best not to release average apps then...

  • Or spend most of your time and money on marketing.

  • Be named Smule. That guy must be Tim Cook's brother-in-law.

  • edited August 2013

    Yeah, this isn't always true. I made an app that has only generated very modest sales, yet when I release an update, AT LEAST 80% of people who have bought it install the update as if they still use it. And that's during the first week or so that the update is out when I care to check it. I suppose even more people could be updating at a later time. It probably doesn't help that most devs seem to ignore all communications with users.

  • edited March 2014


  • I always take updates that show up. Whether I use the app or not. Should just go ahead and delete them I guess.

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