Developer Sells Complete Ownership to App on Ebay
Mobile app developer Neal Schmidt, maker of the scavenger hunt game Buckshot, is selling his iPhone app on eBay where it had a starting price of just $1.00 (On December 29th). According to the listing, the purchase is for “complete ownership” of the game including both the free and paid versions.
The bidding started slow but as of right now (January 3rd), there has been 69 bids and the selling price is at $4,650!
According to the seller “nSchmidt7,” the multi-player photo scavenger hunt game now has attracted 20,000 registered players since its May 2011 launch. It generates $300/month in revenue from sales and iAds in the free version. In addition, the Amazon cloud server the app runs on is a little more than $2/day.
The bid war ends on January 5th so get your bids in!
Posted on January 4, 2012, in apple, iPhone 4, ipod, technology and tagged apps on ebay, buckshot app on ebay, buy an app, buy rights to buckshot, iphone app ownership, iphone apps for sale, ownership of app. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.