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Try Only1414Apps : A Cool Way to Promote your iOS Apps

Submitted by on January 28, 2013 – 6:58 pmOne Comment

I really like the Only1414apps.com  idea which is offering a cool way to promote your iOS apps instead of the very large competition among the iOS App Store.

It’s a unique and interesting way to showcase your iPhone/iPad app instead of your app becoming a needle in a haystack when there are now over 750,000+ apps in the iTunes App Store.


Only1414Apps – What is it?

The project was started by web developer Norman Rozental in Australia, and the concept is similar to the “One Million Dollar Home Page” project however it’s improved on that website in many aspects.

Only1414apps is essentially an iPhone/iPad app discovery site selling advertising space in the form of 1,414 app icon blocks (priced sequentially from $1 to $1,414) in a grid format.  Adding the numbers $1 through to $1,414 adds up to $1,000,405.  The goal is for the site to reach that target while at the same time helping your apps get discovered especially if the site becomes very popular.

So far the site has managed to sell 42 app icon blocks quickly and currently there are 1,372 app icon blocks available to purchase.  At the time of writing, this equates to $942 worth of app icon blocks sold.  So far a good start for the developer of the website and the concept.  It appears that some iOS app developers are shouting out for an idea like this so their apps get discovered.

How Only1414Apps.com is Useful and Wonderful

Only1414Apps is relevant, improved and targets iOS apps only.  That’s it.  Which is unlike the One Million Dollar website which contains links ranging from casinos to horoscope and hosting ads.

What’s more is that once iOS developers purchase an app icon block, they own that block for 10 years paying only once.  If you have a new app to showcase or promote you can easily change the icon you own with a new app.

We recommend iOS Developers to give it a try, as the cheap app icon blocks are selling fast, and any delay would result in higher costs. Below are some of the iOS Developers who already purchased app icon blocks:

As you see from the table above, look at your competitors. They have already bought several app icon blocks and potentially will be getting more downloads than other apps when the site becomes very popular.

You can check the full list of iOS devs who have purchased app icon blocks here : http://only1414apps.com/hall-of-fame.html

How iOS Developers Can benefit from this website?

When your app is available on the grid with only (max) 1,413 other apps, the chances of it being discovered increases dramatically compared to competing with the 750,000+ apps in the App Store.  Especially when the site becomes extremely popular.

It’s a one stop shop to showcase everything that is great about your app – screenshots, an official video / launch trailer of the app. Potential customers can filter apps by category and be taken directly to the purchase page on the App Store for the app they want to buy and this could be your app!

What iPhone/iPad users will get?

Only1414apps.com takes away the pain of iPhone / iPad app discovery by displaying 1,414 app icons in a concise grid enabling the previewing of apps like never before.

You can filter apps by category and if the preview of the app wets your appetite then simply click the ‘Buy Now’ or ‘Get It’  button where you’ll be magically transported to app in the App Store to download.

It’s a WIN WIN Situation for ALL. Developers will get what they want and users will discover the best apps quickly and all in one place. Try this asap, or else your delay will force you to buy the costly app icon blocks.

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