Doug and Chuck are a couple of normal guys who happen to run a successful software development company. The thing is, they don't live in Silicon Valley. They don't have MBAs. And neither of them knows anything about computer programming.
Oh, and Doug and Chuck aren't their real names.
This audiobook outlines an eight-step process that enables someone with absolutely no knowledge of computer programming to start and run a successful mobile software business. There are things in this audiobook which the authors have good reason to believe would cause reprisal, both personally and professionally. Redacting their real names and the names of their company and their apps allows "Doug" and "Chuck" to deliver this comprehensive, no-holds-barred account of what they've been through, and therefore what you can expect as you get started on your way to becoming a mobile software mogul - with Zero Programming!
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Candid and concise, this audiobook explains the process of creating apps and getting them into the marketplace, even for people who just have an idea for an app but have no idea how to create them. With information about common pitfalls to avoid and lots of helpful advice, I would recommend this book to anyone with an app idea who is a complete outsider to the world of app development.
This is great if you are looking for steps to make and sell IOS apps for Apple. It gets to what you need to know and tips on how to get things done.
Gee I just spent 6 dollars to be told it's going to cost a lot of money to make apps. Not really worth it. Even for as little at this price point. I would have liked more insight in how to cut corners. It seemed that these dudes are just really bitter towards Apple. I guess I was naive for thinking this app would reveal a rudimentary method for building apps for someone with no experience but plenty of drive.
Being only an hour, I knew going into it that this book was going to only be a brief overview of app development versus a comprehensive breakdown of the process. In that regard, I consider it a success.
I enjoyed this book and heard a few useful tips that I may use going forward. What the authors had to say about app reviews was also very enlightening. But what I liked most is the fact that the authors decided to not reveal themselves or their apps, meaning I can trust the content of this book as honest advice and not as a pitch to download their apps. But now I'm curious haha.
I finished this very interesting and expertly presented audible book in one sitting and still wanted more when it seemed to abruptly finish..it is that Good! After all the great advice and and revealing tips I AM going to try this endeavor, especially with positive slant by which the author/speaker honestly relates his experiences, both good and bad, that instills a desire and truly motivates the listener. Great Job! Highly Recommend This Book!
I am 80% through this book and I'm finding it extremely painful to try and finish. The book is just ok but it seems to hang its hat on the idea of outsourcing being their secret (not a secret).
it's the kind of advice that someone would give over a cup of coffee another who is really clueless and wants a super high level overview of making an app.
If that's you, you might like this book. I just was not expecting it to be so rudimentary. I did read the book summary but I didn't get the sense that the book was this simple.
A quick and useful guide from 2 guys that have created over 200 apps and made more than 250K doing so. Thank you for the tips!
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