Smule Rules

Well, now here’s a business model. Smule, iPhone app maker, has some of the most downloaded paid apps in the iTunes app store. And, they charge additional money for additional features you can purchase within the app. Smule’s founder Jeff Smith discusses his business strategy as well as why he won’t be developing apps for Android anytime soon. Maybe open is not so good for business after all. Apple does a great job of protecting the customer experience and that is good for everybody in the long run.

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About Scott Cone
A husband to a loving, lovely wife. Father to six great kids and two grand kids. I'm a marketing, advertising and promotion professional with a keen interest in big ideas, all things digital and especially how mobile is changing all aspects of communication and marketing. I play guitar and sing, write music, write screenplays, act, scuba dive, weight lift, ski and enjoy Christian apologetics, logic, evolution versus intelligent design and the basis for morals, values and ethics.

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