In App Purchase : Developers provide some of the content for free. You need to purchase many of the items or features. You can either buy the app or buy the individual items or features. It depends on app to app.
The app uses a coin system where a coin is equal to $0.01. Therefore 100 coins is worth $1. Users can earn cash by inviting friends, (which you can earn $.25 per friend), download games and paid apps, answering surveys and registering to various websites.
This app is available for both Android and iOS devices. It boasts 125,306 user reviews on the Google Play store — for an average 4.5 star rating. Meanwhile, the iOS version also has a 4.5 star average across 29,834 user reviews.
Simulator’s objective is to simulate the internal state of an object as close as possible to the internal state of an object. The emulator aims at emulating or mimicking as close as possible the outer behavior of an object
The catch is the app is invite-only in certain areas. Roamler’s press office says it’s pretty easy to get one if you monitor its Facebook page for hints on how (or you might get lucky if you request one).
Technically this is the most simple of all: you simply need to create two apps, one free and a better one that is pay for. Then you promote the more expensive one from the free one. And best of all is you can generate interest and an audience with the freebie, and then cash in on the popularity without having to aggressively market your paid-for app. (See also: Best Android apps: Five free apps to have fun with photos.)
@James – Rule of thumb in situations like this is that is the functionality is the core app, then paid will be better. The reason is that it’s hard to make money on a free app when the entire experience doesn’t allow for ads or unlocking new content/features. If you have a texting app, it might be hard to insert ads in there in a way that doesn’t affect user experience. I’d start with $0.99, do some updates to make it really slick and see if you can get some traction (without getting frustrated if you don’t make any money immediately!).
You’ll need to promote your app well to ensure it doesn’t just disappear among all other apps clamoring for attention. Use Twitter, Facebook, friends, relevant forums, etc., to promote it. Ask friends to spread favorable reviews as well.
We spend lots of money to buy our Smartphone but we don’t use the full potential of our smartphone. There are many apps & features that can make our life easy and one such feature is making money with apps.
In this batch it is Skype that makes money from its premium subscribers at $26’000 per day, and will probably continue to do so regardless of its position in the rating. Frozen Free Fall from Disney makes a nearly $27’000, and the darling of the startup world Soundcloud pulls in $813.