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  • On the computer with the profiles: Open the Organizer. Go to the Devices "tab". Under Library go to Developer Profile. Click Export. Save the file and give it a password you'll remember. On other computers, repeat clicking Import instead of Ex…
  • namespace wrote: » Excellent, thanks ! Also look into Theos, it can help create templates for common tasks
  • cybaster wrote: » Hello, I have a question regarding In App purchase for an end of life product. Basically I have an app now that I want to take off the market eventually, but I would like users who have the app now to be able to purchase my in…
  • Joseph Nardone wrote: » Can anyone report their fill rate for iAds on iPad? ~10%
  • My favorite is a one star review: it doesn't do anything for me I have no clue if they mean that the app doesn't launch at all for them, or if it means that they have no use for it (don't have a dropbox account or are running it on a device…
  • mariano_donati wrote: » Hi. I paid two freelancers: art work and music composition. I included them on the Credits of the game. I subscribed with Apple as a developer, not a company (so I'm not able to have "employees"). Those credits states that …
  • I've had pay to remove ads in one of my apps since release. Here's some info: * At $0.99 to remove the ads I've had approx. 2% of the total downloaders choose to do this. I'm thinking of raising this to $1.99 to see how that fairs. * The ads …
  • rwzdoorn wrote: » Hey all, After the december sales some questions came to my firm about the apple/developer cut. As a dutch (europe..) developer firm we've been seeing some strange cut in our sales. Please leave a message if i'm incorrect b…
  • baja_yu wrote: » I might need to take my iMac in for service (display issues, started showing discoloration and blotches). I've read that in order for an update to be recognized as such, I need to build the app with the same distribution profile. …
  • If you are running a development version (installed via Xcode at any point in time, i.e. if you install from store then upgrade via Xcode or vice versa), you will still see Test Ads. To check for live ads, delete your app from your phone. I usual…
  • elektrobank wrote: » I just logged into my iTunes connect account and don't see the Request Promo Code link anymore on the main page. Where is it? It's now on the individual app page, "Manage your Applications" -> Choose the app you want…
  • sparkso wrote: » Ok, I've got an app that got rejected a couple of days ago but the lite version got through a few hours ago. I've already submitted an appeal request to the app review for the full version on the day it got rejected. Shall I…
  • speechmill wrote: » I've read around the web that iAd gives between $ 1 and $ 2 per click. Yesterday (first day with iAd), 2600 impression, fill rate 11.72 %, CTR 0.69 %. It means to me that 0.69 / 100 * 2600 = 18 clicks were done. The tota…
  • stlau wrote: » Lot of requests but no impressions. Seems that there is no iAd on iPad for now? Supposedly there is one, a Tron ad, but I have yet to see any impressions within my app either.
  • Tambourin wrote: » I dont know why they always say iAd UK started in December. I got impressions in UK for months now. Those impressions were the Developer iAds which pay significantly less than the iAds from other companies.
  • pwanda wrote: » Hi guys, I'm new to this forum. We are a startup company about to launch our first app - designed for medical professionals. We have developed our website promoting the app concurrently with the coding work. Please forgiv…
  • roiegat wrote: » Thanks for the response. Since I am doing a bit more freelance work for the IOS it might make sense to set up an LLC. Is there a good resource website for doing that? Ideally for 2010 I'm ok, but for 2011 I'd like to keep my inc…
  • I'm not an accountant, so take this at face value. You're not considered "just self-employed". The rate at which you'll be taxed is dependent on all of your income. If you app income + full time income puts you in a certain tax bracket, then th…
  • Bertrand21 wrote: » They probably just got away with it. Generally this is frowned upon by Apple. I'm not so sure about that. I have a lite version that explicitly states in the description that you can only make two recordings (a large p…
  • It would depend on the number of impressions you're actually getting. If you're only getting 100 impressions per day, it's not all that odd that you'd have a click through of 0%.
  • bw748 wrote: » I took a cumulative approach, so it's not exactly month-to-month. The 6% comes from the total of the amounts I was underpaid or overpaid each month for the past year divided by the total sales over the past year. I'm not an accoun…
  • crazygambit wrote: » How many people do you think need to be polled for something like an election? The sample size is usually around 1000 or so to get very accurate results. I'd say that something like 90% of people browsing on device, on a 750 s…
  • Birkemose wrote: » Hi This looks like the right place to post We are planning to buy the rights to use some music by the danish band "The Blue Van", which sells through iTunes. I was wondering: Does Apple have a problem if we used the CD …
  • qwertyp wrote: » 87 are American, but none of those have any impressions either. If you app is an iPad app, there aren't actually any iPad iAds yet - despite their being "supported"
  • I got paid, and it included the iAd money that was not listed (i.e. the amount I was paid was considerably higher than the amount it said I would be paid, confirming that it's an issue with the iAd reports and not an issue with getting paid for iAds…
  • twerner wrote: » and why was it rejected? do you know it does not violate any developer rules or? i mean mine are on the market for a long time, there is no reason to reject them! Apple can reject apps if they think there are already too ma…
  • TunaNugget wrote: » Less chance; the company doesn't have a credit rating and could fold at any time. They would have you (as the owner of the company) co-sign on the loan so if the company folded you'd be responsible for the loan.
  • dre wrote: » You can't use somebody else's images and just put disclaimer "guys, it's not my images". I think it's actually makes things worse, you can't claim later that you thought the work is orphaned. With such disclaimer you admit that you ar…
  • rocotilos wrote: » Apps are not part of core business yes, but I dont believe the profit is neutral. No one is crazy enough to run a neutral business. Sure they sell many devices, but those are profits for devices division alone. There is no "shar…
  • I am neither a lawyer nor accountant, but I believe that with the way Apple has everything set up you should only pay income tax (if your country has such a thing). YOU are not selling anything (in the US, I don't need a seller's permit as I'm not …
  • mightybao wrote: » ur a developer, that doesn't count. most people who buy apps think apple makes the apps. Indeed, I still have family members that ask me if Apple has bought any more of my apps, after having explained how it works seve…
  • stanny wrote: » Where has been successful advertising locations for you? Last time I tried Admob, a small spend of a few hundred dollars over a few days and did not notice much difference. Is you app paid or free and in what genre?
  • dre wrote: » Are you serious? Employees get 1 day off. that's it. It's just ONE DAY. While itunes will be down for 5 days. How do you explain that? How is turning off a system is "rewarding an employee"? How the employees are getting rewarded by h…
  • suksmo wrote: » Hmm seems like a scam. If it is it makes you want to give up developing. Sleep Talk Recorder for iPhone, iPod touch (2nd generation), iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store …
  • iphonegamedeveloper wrote: » I am in india.So i cant use?Pls give a way to use the promocodes Sign up for a US iTunes account.
  • ziocleto wrote: » Your link sends me to a sign up page with a clearly visible referral number shown on the link. Pretty poor attempt to advertising your service if you ask me... I've been using MobFox (affiliate link, just because :P) in…
  • foany wrote: » Was the problem the mixture of resolutions or would no screenshots be shown on an older device if they were ALL higher res screenshots? My guess is it is the mixture. I take all my screenshots on my iPhone 4, and I can view …
  • If you're really just in it for the money, do a bunch of medium quality apps and hope one hits it big. Personally, for me the money is just a bonus. All of my apps were made for one of two reasons: 1) I wanted to use it and there wasn't an ap…
  • n33d45p33d wrote: » have you guys received your october iad reports yet? No, that's the only report I'm missing for October.
  • cpcdev wrote: » What are the rules about selling multiple apps as a single package? Are you able to do this? As in offering one app that combines the apps together Thx If you're talking about multiple apps that appear separately on the h…
  • Alexj17 wrote: » Yeah thats a point, using a WebView, that can link to whatever we want it, xxx site or whatever, why even have that option in interface builder ! A WebView is an approved usage. If at any time your app goes (without user d…
  • computermatt wrote: » section 2.7 states "Apps that download code in any way or form will be rejected" does anybody know if this applies to interpreted code? For my application I'm going to be (maybe) developing a small, simple interpreted langua…
  • Thompson22 wrote: » Because thats how mine somewhat has to be done, but updating text and giving statement updates not like code up dates but just statements rather. This should probably not be done with an App update. You'd be much better…
  • For my apps, sales in Australia are currently equal to Canada + Europe (ignoring iAds from UK). And those are the three highest locales (after the US), which makes sense as I don't have any translations to other languages.
  • xry wrote: » Damn fill rates. In one week it went down from 65% to 42%. I hope it increases again! Yours are that high? The past week I've been lucky if I reach a 30% fill rate, usually it's around 20% (prior to the last week I was fairly…
  • vanillasky65 wrote: » For my paid app, it took 1 - 2 days. But for my free app, it took 1 - 2 weeks. I think they are giving priority to paid apps. I have an app with a free (iAd) and paid version. I always submit the paid version firs…
  • iphonegamedeveloper wrote: » Hi, I am planning to post my first app in appstore.Almost most of the work is over. Can anybody cheat appstore like cracking the app etc.If so as a developer ,how can i stop this? Yes they can, and you can't…
  • brendanh wrote: » Hi All, Sorry if this is a dumb question but I might be about to get my first app development contract and I'm scratching my head trying to figure out how the app should be submitted once the development is complete. Should I…
  • vanillasky65 wrote: » @Julie It doesn't depend if your dealing with an oversea developer or not, it is whom you are dealing with. Anyone from anywhere could breach the agreement if they want to and I'm sure it'll there's always a loop hole to do s…