Handango licensing models

by bagelboy » Fri, 31 Dec 2010 00:04:06 GMT


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 Hello Devs,

I'm considering whether to put my apps on Handango, if only for the
marketing benefits. On the android market I have a demo and a paid
version of my app but on Handango there is a possibility of having a
shareware setup where a user downloads the full version after the
trial runs out. Are there any drawbacks to this approach? Does anyone
have source code for the Handango dynamic licensing they wouldn't mind
sharing?

thanks, and have a good new years
-BB

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Re: Handango licensing models

by Open Payments Admin » Thu, 03 Mar 2011 04:27:55 GMT


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Fremium model to sell your apps, and offering multiple payment
options? As an Android Developer I have learned the limitations and
frustrations of selling and licensing apps through existing app
stores. I have followed my passion and experience and have created a
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