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Unread 30th Oct 2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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I'll create a native Android infoproduct for you (starting at $1)
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If you don't know what to do with an Android infoproduct, then my offer is not for you.

Price: $0.5 per chapter. A chapter is made of at most 1,000 words. If a chapter is more than 1,000 words, the price per chapter increases with $1 per each additional 1,000 words.

Say you have 10 PLR articles and you want to create an Android app out of them. If each article has less than 1,000 words, then the price for creating the Android app will be $5.

I can post it on your Google Play account for $20 or you can post it yourself - I'll provide you the apk file and 4 snapshots from the app. You will NOT receive the source code of the app (the source code is not needed by Google Play).

This offer is for applications that contain only plain text, like the one in the example below. If you want pictures inside the apps or italic/bold/aligning, please contact me.

Here's an example of an application that has 100 chapters (don't mind the language of the content from the app, because the navigation is in English - just download it and see how the app looks like). It got over 5,000 downloads in about 2 month, with very little promoting.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....kirab000003sf

What I need from you:
- the cover you want the app to have (size: exactly 480px by exactly 640px)
- the icon of the application (size: exactly 512px by exactly 512px)
- the content of the infoproduct (as txt, as doc(x) or as odt - not pdf!)
After submitting all this, I'll send you the link for the payment - the amount will be calculated as described above.

Delivery : between 24 and 48 hours, after you make the payment.

To order, please reply here with "I'm interested" or send me a WF PM. I'll contact you back by eMail (if you leave me your eMail in your reply) or by WF PM.

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Question 1 : Why should I use your service instead creating an app with free Android app creators?
Answer: There are a lot of reasons.

The apps I create:
a) are standalone
This means that the reader doesn't need an Internet connection to read your product, so he doesn't have to pay for an Internet connection while reading when he's not at home.

b) do not require special permissions
A lot of users are frowning on apps that require access to their address book, for instance.

c) they look like a regular book
They have a cover, a TOC (table of contents), and an easy navigation system

d) they can change the background color
Some users read best when the text is white on black, others reads best when the text is black on white

e) the font can be zoomed -/+ 40x.
The reader can make the font as small or as big as they want. Being a native Android application, when you increase the font size, the app doesn't scroll horizontally, which usually happens when you increase the font for a pdf.

f) the navigation is very easy
The buttons are big enough so even someone with large fingers can press them and they are as simple as possible.

g) all the options are present at all times
There are no floating bars, hidden buttons or hidden menus. The user knows at each moment what to do.

h) the text is easy to read even on small phones

Here's an example of how a page looks (white on black and black on white).






Question 2 : How can I get an Android infoproduct for $1?
Answer:
If your app is made of only 2 chapters, each with less than 1,000 words, then the price for the app will be $1.

This kind of application is good for comparing two products, and putting affiliate links on each chapter.

Question 3 : What happens with the links from my plain text articles?
Answer: They become clickable links in the Android application. When the reader will click on them, he'll be redirected to whatever place you want. For an additional $1 per URL, I can use a custom anchor.
For instance, instead of http : / / The Best Affilate Site . com / 9274294723498327423984, I can write "click here" or whatever you want.

Question 4 : May I submit the app to Google Play?
Answer: Yes. You can also offer it on your site.

Question 5 : May I sell the app to a client?
Answer: Yes, you can do whatever you want with it. If you want to sell it using Google Play, you have there the option to set the price (depending on what country you live, the option to sell the app using Google Play might not be available). You can also sell it directly to your customer, by giving him the link and/or QR code to it, in which case you host the app on your site.

If you have clients who want this kind of applications, you'll not be charged royalties. The price for creating the app is one-time.

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Re: I'll create a native Android infoproduct for you (starting at $1)
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Just sent a p.m.


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