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Submitted by caffeinedreamer 370d ago | opinion piece

Developers - demand better: Submitting for reviews without being taken for a ride

"Pay for advertising, pay for development, but never pay for a review.

Mobile apps and games have always had their share of problems, and it’s not going to stop any time soon. Exposure, pricing, cloning, advertising, cloning clones, freemium monetization, etc – there are a ton of little (and big) things to worry about every time you put something up on the App Store. Heck, simply getting noticed by review sites in the first place can be a monumental task..." (Android, Culture, Dev, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Tech)

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