License App Code – Create New Revenue Streams for your Apps

| Advertising, Blog, Press Releases | January 29, 2013

How to Create New Revenue Streams from your App Code

We often hear about app developers making thousands a month or even millions per year.  We’ve seen many well publicized success stories.  These stories don’t provide a realistic view into most app developer’s world.  The fact of the matter is that most developers don’t make that much selling their apps on the app store.  Half of all app store revenue goes to just the top 1% of all developers!  That leaves the rest of us making a relatively small amount of revenue per app we’ve published.  Studies show that 59% of app developers don’t even recover their development costs!

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Raspberry Pi Model B

| Blog | January 17, 2013

Raspberry Pi Project Launches App Store

The success of Raspberry Pi single-board computer intentionally built as small as a credit card for teaching basic computing skills, has led its makers to surprise the market with a $35 mini Linux computer this 2013. This is made very timely for the launching of the Raspberry Pi project app store that can transform this affordable mini-pc into a multi-featured handy gadget without spending a lot of money. This one-stop-shop app store offers free downloads for subscribers for at least 23 applications. Young developers are also encouraged to join the upcoming Summer Programming Contest. They can upload their entries in the app store where previous interesting creations are also stored. Popular projects include:

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Linux in 2013

| Blog | January 17, 2013

Great Outlook for Linux in 2013

 

Linux-based operating systems have been around for quite some time now. It is a Unix-like computer operating system that is open source and free. One of the most popular if not the most popular Linux-based operating system on desktop and laptop personal computers today is Ubuntu – a computer operating system that is now on its 8th year of existence. Finally, as 2013 is engulfing us – Ubuntu is also attempting to break into smart phones.

 

Founder’s Insight

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