Cash in with iPhone Apps – The Gold Rush Ain’t Over Yet

Cashing in With iPhone Apps

iFart, therefore I am (the #1 iPhone app).  Or something like that.  iFart is fast becoming one of the most popular iPhone/iPod Touch applications out there.  The developer of iFart, Joel Comm, has been pretty forthcoming with sales figures, and on his blog he noted that over Christmas Eve and Christmas day, more than 58,000 people purchased a copy of iFart, netting him over $40,000 dollars in just two days…. Read The Rest

new_iphoneIt seems that lately I’ve been hearing more and more stories of success when it comes to making money with iPhone apps. If you can come up with a clever idea and turn it into a functional application, you may just hit it big. Developing iPhone apps take some development skill but you don’t have to be a master programmer to accomplish this feat. An iPhone app can be as simple as “joke of the day” or as complex as a navigation system or complex interactive video game.

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to get started building your first iPhone app but I say feel free to continue filling the app store with “superfluous” stuff. :) Here’s another iPhone App Building Turorial

Next you’ll have to come up with the next clever idea, if it’s clever enough and people like it you may be able to become the next top model, I mean app developer. Here are the top 50 apps according to genra

After you come up with a great idea and have built your app, you’ll want to promote it, you’ve got to let people know about it so they can buy it. Here’s the top 9 places to promote your iPhone Apps

Don’t forget to look at the source when learning anything new iPhone Dev Center

I’ll leave you with another success story strictly for motivation purposes

Apple’s iPhone application store is as crowded as a Beyonce concert, with more than 20,000 apps available. But one independent developer still managed to rake in $600,000
in a single month with a single iPhone game.

Ethan Nicholas, developer of a tank artillery game callediShoot, told Wired.com he quit his job the day his app rose to No. 1 in the App Store, earning him $37,000 in a single day. Read The Rest

Too Your Success, Good Luck

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