“Free” iPhone Apps Don’t Always have to be . . .

By Mike McGuire | October 16, 2009 | 1 Comment

With one minor turn of iPhone App Store policy dial, Apple is enabling all those developers who built “free” iPhone/iPod Touch applications to try and extract a fee for their work. For smaller publishers, or bands or independent labels or video producers, this would seem like a good thing, yes?

Can you say “fremium” app, media companies? I knew you could.

1 Comment
  1. 17 October 2009 at 12:06 am
    ted says:

    hey mike, i guess you’re talking about the new inapp purchase deal that can be applied to free apps? yah pretty crazy. probably a good thing for the little guys. have you seen this site? it’s a list of free apps http://freetouchapps.com/ but i’m not sure if its original. they just wrote about inapp purchase too.

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