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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Appillionaires by Chris Stevens. Turn your app ideas into a money-making goldmine More than 10 billion apps have been downloaded from Apple’sAppStore and with the right combination of original ideas, greatfeatures, solid coding, unique designs, and savvy marketing, yourapps could be a part of that staggering number. This book shows youhow to turn your ideas into profit-making success stories.
Citing afasc Turn your app ideas into a money-making goldmine More than 10 billion apps have been downloaded from Apple’sAppStore and with the right combination of original ideas, greatfeatures, solid coding, unique designs, and savvy marketing, yourapps could be a part of that staggering number. Citing afascinating array of real-world examples, this useful book invitesyou to meet the rich and famous of the app development world.
You’ll look behind the scenes of these successful visionaries tolearn their secrets first hand and discover how these “bedroomcoders” became overnight millionaires.
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Serves as a must-have introduction to the fascinating, cutting-edge world of app design, where innovation reapsreward Shows you how to structure your app development process basedon the Appollionaires who made their fortune Explores what works and what doesn’t with regards to gettingyour app featured and enticing buyers Looks at successful apps such as Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Fruit Ninja, and many others that have taken the app world bystorm If you were unaware of the potential to make money from sellingyour apps, then app-arently, you really need this book!
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 12, Vladimir rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. When I first found this book – I was quite inspired because it promises to tell interesting and inspiring stories about the app creation for the most advanced mobile platform. This book could be improved for more easy and enjoying reading.
What I dislike about this book that it only tells stories about game developers, not the app developers like Omnifocus or Things, or Airbnb. Even Apple features mostly non-game app developers in their ads and developer profiles.
I think games is only the one part When I first found this book – I was quite inspired because it promises to tell interesting and inspiring stories about the app creation for the most advanced mobile platform. I think games is only the one part of the apps of iOS. The good about this book is that it tells interesting detailed stories about every of the game developers in the selection. Reading about guys like who started their exploring of the world of games with computers like Atari, ZX Spectrum is quite inspiring.
Summary it worth reading – but I recommend the author to make reading a bit more easy and fun and cover real app developers.
Dec 09, Leonid Svidersky rated it really liked it.
Appillionaires: Secrets from Developers Who Struck It Rich on the App Store
Sep 17, Michael rated it it was ok. As someone who worked for a dot com in the mid to late 90’s, I did find myself flashing back to some of the same scenarios I lived through – and heard about happening to others – and it seems to prove the old saying that history does repeat itself. One drawback to this book that would have made it probably good to great in my opinion if there had been more specific examples: I was also hoping for a little bit of a business case to understand how folks are making money selling 99 cent or giving away free apps, especially after Apple takes their percentage cut, you pay your bills and developers – in other words, tell me the majority of the app developers aren’t just blowing money like the dot com busts did in the 90’s.
Apparently, that portion of history appears to be repeating itself, also. If you’re a developer, or considering to be a developer, this is not the book for you. If you are looking for an entertaining, high-level read about some of the aspects of the Apple app developer world to help you out in discussions at a cocktail party anyplace but Silicon Valleythen by all means pick this one up for cocktail circuit material.
Not a bad book, but not great either. The sections related to various developers who struck gold on the App Store are interesting but not very informational. I don’t feel like there were really any secrets shared.
It seems like the entire sum of the book is, unless you are working with a big publisher, any monetary investment in your app is most likely going to be a loss. Kind of Not a bad book, but not great either. Kind of obvious when you think about it. Oct 03, Matthew Bradley rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a great little book that is more of a historical account of a handful of well-known indie developers—particularly ones from the early days—rather than a collection of deep marketing secrets from successful iOS developers, of which there are none.
The developers’ stories are an interesting, albeit syrupy, 30,ft view of their paths to success, and this book doubles as social proof that success in app development can be had by bedroom developers.
It’s a worthwhile and easy read.
Appillionaires: Secrets from Developers Who Struck It Rich on the App Store by Chris Stevens
Aug crom, Mariano rated it liked it. The book is a good wake up call that the ‘Clondyke’ of AppStore is long over – if you appillionairres not a developer capable of doing several jobs dev, design, business there is a very slim chance to succeed Anywho, the book was a bit disappointing as it’s only about the game devs and gaming industry It’s deelopers and inspirational, but it doesn’t contain much practical information.
I was expecting more info from the developers on the process of finding an idea, implementing it, and marketing. Feb 19, Evan Clark rated it really liked it. Despite being authored a number of years ago, appillionaiges book is still very worthwhile reading as a retrospective on how the App Store specifically how iOS developers commercialise their hard work has evolved over the years.
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