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Mastering Apps: A Beginner's Guide To Start Making Money With Apps - cover

Mastering Apps: A Beginner's Guide To Start Making Money With Apps

Adidas Wilson

Publisher: Adidas Wilson

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Communication technologies are constantly advancing to keep up with the times. Messaging apps are huge right now. Completely overtaking social media by becoming the primary way we communicate online. 
When most entrepreneurs are starting out, they like to read articles on “how to make a killing with your first app,” “building the multi-billion dollar app” and most books related to this topic. They are glued to this side of the story and blinded to the other. To have your own success story you have to find out why other apps fail. The painful truth is there are more failed apps than successful ones.  
IntroductionMonetize Messaging Apps             Cash and Credit AppsCash Flow             Monetize Photo’sMoney Saving Apps                         
6. iMobile Apps 
Apps and VR                                    
Fashion Apps 
Sweatcoin App                                 
Million Dollar Apps 
Three Hours of Work 
Healthcare Apps 
Emoji App 
Live Streaming App 
How Free Apps Make Money 
 Mobile Apps and E-Commerce 
Gambling App Templates 
App Ownership 
Get Paid to Take Selfies 
Make Money on Instagram 
Make Money with Snapchat 
Ridesharing Using Lyft and Uber 
Make Money While You Travel 
Reasons for Failed Apps 
Ultimate Delivery 
Market Your Mobile App

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