Friday, February 28, 2014
In the mean time it's great to see and it means I can start working on the Pro version whilst taking user feedback and working on the original version (As is the nature of being an Android Developer).
This may be a small milestone, but for me it is very important and hopefully the start of something good.
After reading some articles and trends and forecasts for the shape of app development in 2014 it can be quite daunting to think all your work could result in minimal success - financially that is. Forbes had average lifetime income last year at about 6k per developer. Obviously with that the Median would probably be a more meaningful value to consider.
Of course if you're building something for yourself you still have the functionality you wanted and hopefully learned some new tricks when developing for Android.
In any case even if the market may start to reach its peak this year I am still aiming to release at least 3 Android titles this year and I'll detail what I've learnt from the process.
Good luck to other aspiring developers
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Today the Logo is ready to go into the app and onto the Facebook page.
It's been changed and hopefully marks the time for the app to be put up to the test and submitted to the Play Store.
The Logo is the first point of contact with the user and is also the first clue to whether your App is good or not.
I don't believe that the Logo has the power to get users to click it more so than its ability to NOT deter potential interest to click the app.
In any case when designing a new app, or any product for that matter, it is worth your time considering the logo and the branding of your app. It's the first piece of marketing.
In 5 - ready for prime time.