In the first of a two-part series, we explore the non-app parts of iTunes Connect, including reporting, sales, and analytics.
Deciding which App Store reviews to respond to, and the types of responses worth giving.
Minimizing the mental burden and labor cost of accounting and taxes by optimizing for simplicity.
Planning for WWDC attendance (or not), and the value of the other conferences and social events around WWDC 2017.
Building apps with acquisition in mind, calculating your app's valuation, and what to expect in a sale.
Accumulating a portfolio of apps that provide long-term income with minimal maintenance.
The difference between good and bad hacks, and some glorious hacks we've shipped in our apps.
Adding features to your app that you don't want or won't use in order to satisfy requests or reach new markets.
Some of the challenges and decisions that led to the newly released Overcast 3.
Maintaining, testing, and modernizing old apps.