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how to put iphone apps on appstore?


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What do you have to do to get your iphone app on the app store? Do you have to register somewhere or something?

Thanks :whistle:

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You will want to follow this:
http://developer.app...iphone/program/

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thank you i was looking all over for that! :P

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does anyone know how profitable the appstore is? lets say if i make a decent app and sell it for $1, what would happen?

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Well it depends if people want it or not. There might be some amazing well built and designed app but nobody wants it so it doesn't make money. If people wanted it, depending on how popular it is, it couldmake thousands like Koi Pond.
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Anyone know if the app or the certificate will contain any information about the computer ? Would they discover that it is developed on a Hackintosh ?

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Anyone know if the app or the certificate will contain any information about the computer ? Would they discover that it is developed on a Hackintosh ?


I don't find any news about it in the forum.
Is there any update?! No one had tried?!

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just a little up...
is there any issue with hackintosh and developer certificate?

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Nope :wacko:

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thank you very much!! this is the best answer :(
did you try personally? or did you heard from someone else?

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Tried personally :)

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100 bucks to put ur app online...who knows if it's not special you might never get that back in....another reason for android...

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Considering they are just about to hit 25 billion apps downloaded, the $100 cost of entry might be too low...

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@zSprawl Elaborate a bit more as to what you mean by it "might be too low" not quite following you there.





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