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I work at ideato as front and developer in Cesena

As front end developer I'm currently working on Frontsize, a front end framework


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comment Pages: Can I create text variables like in inDesign?
This is a nice notice! Thanks for the help.
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comment Adding to Mac OS X contextual menu Templates like on Linux Ubuntu
never heard of this, I'll take a look
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comment If I buy an app in the App Store, will it work on future major releases or will I need to repurchase it?
@Lee sorry for the bad explanation, an App do a service for you, like view a pdf, optimize the battery of your device during charge process, or apply a color filter to an image from your device library. I understand a developer would like to sell an app every time he upgrade it, but the market speaks better than me, people just don't like to buy an app twice. But of course people buy apps in excess if they will have them for their class devices forever. Basically this is the reason why I've wrote this question and probably why iPhone has sold so much. Lower price == more buyers
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comment If I buy an app in the App Store, will it work on future major releases or will I need to repurchase it?
Personally I just don't buy an app twice, but of course I send back the best feedback if it's good and I suggest it to friends. That's what a big piece of users do in App Store. Rovio team has sold Angry Birds 6.5 millions of times (if 0.99$ for every sale they have now 6.43 millions of $), and couting. We aren't talking of games like Crysis 2 (22 millions of develop costs). It's hard for me to believe it isn't good for an App developer, now iPhone users are 100 milions (and counting) so there is a big margin on an app like this.
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comment If I buy an app in the App Store, will it work on future major releases or will I need to repurchase it?
You are right, I could understand Asphalt 1, 2, etc., it's a game and everything inside it changes, graphics, interface and gameplay, so if you like V2 you play it instead of V3 because we are talking about different experiences, but for an app is unfair, because it isn't an experience, different in every game, first of all it's a service, and if you've paid for it you should still get the most up to date in exchange of support and feedback. Pay the app every time is a Microsoft/Adobe money eater politics.
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