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where is our tpain app?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by radikal, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. radikal

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    its trendy and gimmicky! but hell i would kill for it!

    its the iamtpain app that is on the apple store for iphone and i want it :) google a video of it, its out there, but not for our phones.
     

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    Didn't that just come out on the iPhone?? Anyway, most companies are holding off from Android market for the moment because of the ROI. However, it may be in the process :) Be patient. These apps aren't made overnight.
     
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    no they are not :) ROI? dont know my terms, sorry. The tpain app did come out a few mos ago though. And they just released a new update for it
     
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    ROI - Return on Investment.
    Meaning, how long before they start making profit. The app may sell for a buck or two, but it costs software companies thousands of dollars to make. They still come out with updates for the iPhone because there's a team dedicated to refining the app. That same team probably won't be the one making another app for the Android.

    The Apple app store has a very fast ROI because there are soo many users purchasing apps. The Android market is slowly gaining popularity but still has some ways to go. This is why Gameloft announced earlier that they would stop all Android app productions (however they realized their fatal mistake and now decided to invest in Android).
     

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