Photo app developers can monetize their apps in a variety of ways, such as by charging for the app, placing ads, selling photo print products, or offering extra features through in-app purchasing (IAP) options. For our recently published we took a deep-dive into the IAP patterns of the top-ranking apps
When discussing this year’s Mobile Photo Connect “Prospering in the emerging Photos at your Fingertips” theme, several photo app developers commented along the lines of “Wouldn’t it be nice if… companies such as Google or Facebook would share their machine learning and image recognition technologies with all of us?” Few
Dropbox announced today that it will shut down its Carousel photo syncing app as of March 31, promising that key features of Carousel will make their way into the main Dropbox app. This follows in the footsteps of Adobe Revel’s demise announced just three weeks ago. The bottom line: like Revel,
If any cloud photo storage provider knows how overwhelmed its customers are by the sheer quantity of their photos and the challenges they face to find the photos that matter, it’s Photobucket. No wonder that, in the last few years, they’ve allocated substantial resources to solve these problems for their users.
Mobile Photo Connect, the leading annual forum for entrepreneurs, investors and senior executives driving the technologies and businesses behind the surge in mobile imaging and visual communication, today announced its full program along with a stellar speaker lineup for its upcoming September 29 conference. The event’s main theme, “Prospering in
With photo engagement on mobile devices higher than ever before, building mindshare and generating sustainable revenues – whether through apps, cloud services or print output products – are top priorities for photo app developers. Where are the untapped opportunities? At the September 29 Mobile Photo Connect conference in San Francisco, representatives from
Adobe announced that they will discontinue Photoshop Touch, its comprehensive photo editing app, as part of a strategy to release apps with narrower use cases, such as Photoshop Mix (compositing), Photoshop Sketch (drawing), Adobe Shape (bitmap-to-vector conversion), and soon-to-be-released Rigel, for retouching. Before I share my take on this, it