The Economics of Developing iPhone Apps August 6, 2009Posted by ActiveEngine Sensei in ActiveEngine, software economics.
Tags: bad software, iPhone, new software, new thinking, paradigm
Sensei has an iPhone and it is indeed a great technological achievement. It just works. Another attractive aspect to the iPhone is the lowe priced software available from the App Store. We have all heard of the stories of the kid who made $40K by creating an app and selling it. At Coding Horror, Jeff Atwood posted his thoughts regarding the effect of lowering the cost of a software product and how that can create a jump in sales. In short, the lower priced software makes up for the loss with volume.