some apps are more expensive on ios than its android counterpart, but there is a reason for that. developers know that ios users do spend more on apps and games so they actually refine more, and in some cases include more features in the ios version of the app. i use android smartphones and ipads for semi-productivity tasks.
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2019All accessories and all that kind of stuff are reaaallyyyy expensive in the pro-land. And the ... moreTrue, though why take the bad rep by not including the mount or the stand in a regular 6k price tag? It just feels kinda stupid
It obviously there is much more willing purchases in the Apple's App Store versus android counterparts. First look at how it is setup, how secure it is and last and most important how much trust & expectation in will generate from the clientele. By the way Huawei has major trust issues, and is pretty much ignored by the west, can't blame them they are right!
Walter C. Dornez, 21 Jun 2019The monitor is actually really well priced for what you're getting. The stand, however, is the... moreAll accessories and all that kind of stuff are reaaallyyyy expensive in the pro-land. And the monitor, even with the stand included at $6000 is cheap compared to every other option out there.
Riptide, 21 Jun 2019I fully agree! But, then again, we are talking about apple who charges you $5K for a monitor ... moreThe monitor is actually really well priced for what you're getting. The stand, however, is the dumbest thing that they honestly could've done
Riptide, 21 Jun 2019Yeah, problem is in iOS you have to pay for everything so it makes absolute sense! I´m ... morePlease don't give them ideas. And as for paying, I don't think it's that bad. After all, developers are getting paid. That drives those guys to make better quality apps
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2019Can you provide an example of an app that is an "absurd" amount more expensive on the App Stor... moreDon't worry, you won't get a response. These are people who have never used an iOS device and have never seen what the App Store looks like.
Also, they either embrace piracy (illegally downloaded music, movies, games) and/or prefer to allow random companies to track and monitor them (ads business) and install various adware and malware apps.
It's the same people who would tell you that McDonald's food is better than reputable restaurants' food because it's cheaper and easier to get. lol
piku, 21 Jun 2019make sense,android developer don't charge absurd amount like iOS developers.Can you provide an example of an app that is an "absurd" amount more expensive on the App Store than on Google Play?
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2019because android has wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy more users than ios.Who apparently spend wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy less money in the largest by far app store.
make sense,android developer don't charge absurd amount like iOS developers.
LOL that means 60% more ios users are suffering by looting and spending money then android users. Thats why i like google.
Thankyou google for giving high quality products at such low price.
The research is 'kind of' flaw
Android user is not downloading apps from 1 source (google play)
but can also download from other store such as amazon or aptoid or any other source.
the research doesn't really show that android developer earning less
Riptide, 21 Jun 2019Yeah, problem is in iOS you have to pay for everything so it makes absolute sense! I´m ... moreMe too.
Glad i dont have apple and would never buy any.
Android is a lot better and user friendly OS.
Even if someone gives me lates aple phone for free i would sell it or exchange for android device.
Weren't iOS developers and users complaining how Apple's cut is too big? Something doesn't add up if iOS devs are also earning more as it is lol
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2019They wonÂ’t they want everything for free lol.You can have everything for free on android. :)
Mattew, 20 Jun 2019I can see that, With apple apps are limited, you pay for everything, developers will make more... moreSo, as a developer, why wouldn't you put more time and resources into the iOS version of an app instead of the Android one?
Maybe it's a cycle. Apple users spend more, developers put more focus on iOS apps, this people are willing to spend more on a better quality app. Maybe it's the opposite for Android.