If you’ve been a developer on the App Store for any length of time, you’ve probably faced the difficult decision of killing an app. Maybe it’s just not making as much money as you’d hoped. Maybe its codebase has, through neglect, gotten too old to bother updating. Whatever the reason, choosing to end-of-life an app can be a painful choice to make. Today we talk about removing apps from the App Store, and all the business emotional factors that guide our decision.
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This episode is sponsored NSNorth. NSNorth is Canada’s independent conference crafted specifically for developers and designers who specialize in Apple’s platforms of iOS and Mac. Charles and Joe have both attended in years past, and we both highly recommend it. So check your calendars and grab your wallets; tickets go on sale Jan 20, 2015.