The subscription model only works when the people you are selling to use your app a lot and find it indispensable. This model works for things like professional tools, which is what Ulysses is, and things like Day One, that has recently gone subscription.
So I have played with the iOS 11 public beta, first on my iPad Pro and then the 2nd beta on my iPhone. First, I should list out the new features.
If you have been reading my blog for any length of time this year, I have regularly updated it for months until recently.
Good E-reader reports that Apple News partner, The Guardian, is pulling its news site from the app.
Apple has shrunk its Affiliate Program commission from 7% to 2.5%.
This makes business sense for Apple: Affiliates most likely don't generate the kind of revenue that Apple would like. It also doesn't bring as much traffic to its App Stores.
Airmail finally adds DEVONthink Pro Office support to its Mac App.
I wanted to write a quick post on the focus of the blog going forward.
Last year, I was inspired by a few of my productivity heroes to write about productivity instead of just apps. I thought it was a perfect opportunity to expand my reach and grow the blog beyond what it had become.
I have had write post about Workflow in my OmniFocus list for weeks now. Looks like I am too late. Apple has acquired WorkflowHQ.