3:30 PM Saturday
Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 6th and 7th, 2012session

the business of making & selling iphone and android Apps


About This Session

Been thinking about creating the next great iPhone and/or Android App? Want to know how much money is out there? What happens if you don't generate a hit? Which platform is the most valuable? How much does it cost to make an App? How long does it take? How many Apps do people buy? Which countries buy the most Apps? How much is it worth to have an App in a foreign language? What are the best methods for making them? These questions will be covered in this talk. This session is for people who are considering designing, developing, or publishing an iPhone or Android app, and want to know the business aspects of the process. This is not a coding session, but a session about what tools are used, how long it takes, what the rewards are likely to be, and what happens after your app has been submitted to the store. I have written over 80 Android and iPhone apps, and watching them sell over the years I have some valuable experience about the good and bad aspects of this new publishing environment. I will point out some of the current pitfalls and problems with the App store ecosystem, propose some solutions, and also pass out tips on how to make an App that works smoothly on a large range of devices.

Time: 3:30 PM Saturday    Room: 3525 

The Speaker(s)

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Edward de Jong

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