You Shouldn't Be Afraid of Your Users (The Daily Overpass #466)
Today, I will talk about how you shouldn't be afraid of your users. Please don't forget to like and subscribe to our channel, follow us on social media and leave a comment! Watch and enjoy!
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You Shouldn't Be Afraid of Your Users
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About every week we need to respond to a user review who's complained about how annoying the ads are. We say that we need to support the developers and their families and that they should consider purchasing the ad-free version. The cheek! Expecting it all for free. If you wanted to watch Premiership football, you'll need to subscribe to Sky/BT Sport, pay extra for the channel AND sit through ads.
Having your app logo and maybe name in the splash screen is the first thing the user sees. If and when they come back they get familiar with it. The same with your quote at the start of the videos. This is an essential part of branding and trying to create brand awareness. Agree with you on this one. I as a viewer don't get dissatisfied by your intro, but I do become familiar with your brand.
Hi Eric. thanks for your videos - fantastic work!
If I can have some small suggestion: Could you please lower a bit volume of your intro to match the rest of movie (I mean to keep it equal) ? Most of your recent videos are way more louder during the intro, and then its super low.
1. I like your intro with "Hi, my name is Eric, and I make apps" for me it sounds like as if it's a movie about a superhero or unbelievable story about some one and the main character says in the beginning: "Hi, my name is Bruce and I save the world" (meaning: here is my story) 😂😂
2. Regarding splash screens: in Android you can set a property to your main theme 'android:windowBackground' with any drawable you want. It will be visible when you cold start your app and which takes couple of seconds to start the MainActivity. There will be your drawable (your logo for instance) instead of a dull white screen.
When you say "my name is Eric and I make apps", this is like your signature, and I do not find it annoying at all. I do not put up with anything. It's part of the experience of watching your channel. Even that segment is enjoyable :)
I can relate with the interstitial haha, I avoid using interstitial and relied on banner ads only for almost 1 year due to afraid of bad review and bad user experience. But once I did, my app revenue increases almost 300 percent and no bad rating (due to the ads) at all.
As long as we follow the Ad Mob + Play/App store guidelines it should be okay. We can't please all users tho.
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