emlarson wrote:In terms of "value" I think $12.99 is fine. But, like it or not, there is a "psychological barrier" depending on the number of digits; when the price was $9.99 I thought, "That's so low, there's no point in not paying, even if the app blows up tomorrow." I'd probably have still paid $12.99, but I'd have given it slightly more thought.
It sounds silly, but it's actually a valid question and a bigger one than if you were debating $7.99 vs. $9.99 or $11.99 vs. $13.99.
Good luck -- hope it works out, because I think PodTrapper's great and I want to see it live a long life!
glecko wrote:New to the PodTrapper family and still in a trial run ... I think I can see value for $9.99 ... but I'm wondering why iPhone apps are pretty much between $1-$3 and sell like hotcakes, but Blackberry seem to be no less than $10 and many seem to be more expensive.
Is it because the SDK is $$ for the blackberry and/or it's harder to code for?
I'd really like to see the blackberry platform adopt a more open model for developers ...
arkolbus wrote:Just donated
arkolbus wrote:How is the feature vote working out for you?
Guest wrote:Also, is there any news on a prioritized update list?
mgerbasio wrote:Can't you sell the software on your web site directly, say through paypal, for $10 and have the price on the other sites as $15?
HyTrojan wrote:I will gladly pay the reasonable price when it expires. I love this app.
HyTrojan wrote:RIM should have included something like this on the OS
marwatk wrote:I think they're working on something, but I have no clue what kind of functionality it will have. (My only clue for this is that all OS 5.0 devices come with a 'Podcasts' folder predefined on their SD card).
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