Mark Rickert


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Why You Should Internationalize Your Apps

This post originally appeared in Issue #20 of the RubyMotion Dispatch weekly newsletter on March 25, 2014

Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) of your apps are a great way to reach a wider audience. The App Store is a global marketplace,...

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Every App Developer Should Also Be an iTunes Affiliate

This post originally appeared in Issue #19 of the RubyMotion Dispatch weekly newsletter on March 18, 2014

Are you an iTunes Affiliate? If you write mac or iOS apps you should be! You’re losing out on an additional revenue stream if you don’t...

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To Prompt for App Reviews or Not? That is the Question

This post originally appeared in Issue #18 of the RubyMotion Dispatch weekly newsletter on March 11, 2014

There’s a huge controversy over whether or not you should prompt users to rate your app after a certain number of uses or a predetermined...

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The Price Elasticity of Virtual Goods

This post originally appeared in Issue #17 of the RubyMotion Dispatch weekly newsletter on March 4, 2014

How did you decide on the price of your paid app? A good way to figure out a general price range is to show someone (not friends or family) your app...

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