Jimmy McGee · Jun 23, 2013 at 11:00 am

Be More than “Ramen Profitable” and Make Money as an App Developer – XDA Developer TV

A lot of hard work goes into making an app: blood, sweat, tears, and curses. When an app is finally released, it is the hope of one who’s spent so much time to make some decent scratch. But often, they find they are only Ramen Profitable, meaning that they really only make a profit if they are eating Ramen noodles.

In today’s episode, XDA Developer TV Jayce talks about app marketing and being more than Ramen Profitable. To do this, Jayce interviews Ben Fox, CTO of Tapstream.com. Ben talks about their tools helps developers move beyond just being Ramen Profitable. Find out what he has to say and check out this video.


Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.

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How Do You Usually Access the XDA Forums?

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