[Journey] Building an iOS & Android App Empire

What you think about Flutter language applications? Had you single app on it?
Im asking because they looks pretty and they're very cheap, but i hears there s thousands of problems with libraries and gateways
from android studio software and IOS simulation.
 
What you think about Flutter language applications? Had you single app on it?
Im asking because they looks pretty and they're very cheap, but i hears there s thousands of problems with libraries and gateways
from android studio software and IOS simulation.
I'm working with Flutter on my daily job. There are definitely no thousands of problems. I've heard 80% Flutter Devs does not even code with Swift or Kotlin, and somehow they still have a job.
 
I'm working with Flutter on my daily job. There are definitely no thousands of problems. I've heard 80% Flutter Devs does not even code with Swift or Kotlin, and somehow they still have a job.
Or just use FlutterFlow :D If the app is not very complex it can save a lot of money :)
 
What you think about Flutter language applications? Had you single app on it?
Im asking because they looks pretty and they're very cheap, but i hears there s thousands of problems with libraries and gateways
from android studio software and IOS simulation.
I made some Flutter apps. Yes, they are great and modern. But yeah, the dependencies fuck me up. If you update one dependency, it could break your entire app, because some packages dependent on each other. The more packages you update, the more problems and bugs you might get.
 
Update:

IAP (In-app purchases) revenue keeps increasing each month and the apps get more downloads organically.

Why?

Because my apps are actually better than the competition. Apple recognizes my app brings more money and is being used more often. Lower churn rate.

What is the result? Rankings increase naturally, which then brings me more traffic, which then brings me more money. And because it brings me more money, I can eventually spend it for ads and increase my rankings even more! It is an upward spiral.

Earnings from 1st February to 11th February: $3800 just through IAP so far (not included Admob, etc)


So yeah, last month (January) I made a total of $5500 with IAP. This month I will definitely top it.

Right now I am working on another big update for my winning apps. This will improve the conversion rate of the paywall, I will improve the paywall itself and I will also add more features to the app.
 
1 . are you adding any animation in your app bcz what i see big companies , they dont use any animation like spring bounce etc ?
2 . how many of your 30+ apps are actually winning apps ? also do you add lots of features , animation at beginning when you launch the app ?

you are app journey is truly inspirational , i am also learning swiftUI , it so much better than flutter / Gugal shit ;)
 
1 . are you adding any animation in your app bcz what i see big companies , they dont use any animation like spring bounce etc ?
2 . how many of your 30+ apps are actually winning apps ? also do you add lots of features , animation at beginning when you launch the app ?

you are app journey is truly inspirational , i am also learning swiftUI , it so much better than flutter / Gugal shit ;)
1. Yes, I am using Lottie animations (gifs) and I am also adding transitions/animations between the screens.
2. There are many winning apps, but many of them make $20 a day. These are the ones without IAP, only with ads. 6 of them make three figures per day.

SwiftUI is super good. Soon I will work on an Ebook to explain how I use only ChatGPT to build SwiftUI iOS apps and turn normal apps into three figure apps.

Btw. these apps that make me 4 figures per months.....I also published them in January 2023, but they didn't make any money at all. They only started to make money once I improved them excessively and turned them from a "normal standard app" into one which looks like it has been built by a million dollar company.
 
i mean when you testing a niche , do you make full fledged app like million $ company or a simple one and grow as you see profits ?
 
i mean when you testing a niche , do you make full fledged app like million $ company or a simple one and grow as you see profits ?
There are many niches that you know are making money for sure. For others, you can guess there are making a lot of money even without looking at the data. And if you can't guess, you can check out SensorTower or similar tools to see how much money they probably make.

Lets take an example: A photo editor app.

You know these apps make a shit ton of money. Some make 6 figures per month. But if you make a casual random app with a handful of features and no real value, you won't make any money from it.

Here is where ChatGPT comes into play. Normally, it would cost you 5 figures and many weeks/months to create a professional app, but ChatGPT changed the game entirely. No need for hiring developers anymore. No need to wait anymore.

Did I already mention that more than 80% of my users are paying for a subscription or lifetime premium purchase during the onboarding process? This means, these people didn't even use the app yet. Just the onboarding process (sliders, etc) is so professional, etc. these people just want to purchase it.
 
There are many niches that you know are making money for sure. For others, you can guess there are making a lot of money even without looking at the data. And if you can't guess, you can check out SensorTower or similar tools to see how much money they probably make.

Lets take an example: A photo editor app.

You know these apps make a shit ton of money. Some make 6 figures per month. But if you make a casual random app with a handful of features and no real value, you won't make any money from it.

Here is where ChatGPT comes into play. Normally, it would cost you 5 figures and many weeks/months to create a professional app, but ChatGPT changed the game entirely. No need for hiring developers anymore. No need to wait anymore.

Did I already mention that more than 80% of my users are paying for a subscription or lifetime premium purchase during the onboarding process? This means, these people didn't even use the app yet. Just the onboarding process (sliders, etc) is so professional, etc. these people just want to purchase it.
i totally underestood what you meant , thanks
 
Did I already mention that more than 80% of my users are paying for a subscription or lifetime premium purchase during the onboarding process? This means, these people didn't even use the app yet. Just the onboarding process (sliders, etc) is so professional, etc. these people just want to purchase it.
Whoah, 80% is an amazing and even a value hard to believe.
 
@nakamura You use GPT 4 or copilot also?
GPT4 via ChatGPT

Whoah, 80% is an amazing and even a value hard to believe.
Yes, its crazy. People just purchase without even trying the app. I have set up App Events, so I can exactly see how many people purchase through the first paywall, when they first start the app.

Do you use RevenueCat for IAP ?
Yes, I do. Really easy to set up...and they keep improving and adding new features.
 
@nakamura

I heard play store plans to require small team of testers if you want to publish app now.
I dont know if its being worked on but i have just read the news. Im pretty sure you know about this.

Anyways, my second question: if I dont publish my app in Play store at all.. Can I still use AdMob and other stuff from google to get "monetized" / get my ads and revenue?
I mean get my advertising stuff from admob without uploading to playstore?
 
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