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Why should Facebook—the biggest beneficiary of the iPhone, its tools, and its infrastructure—pay nothing, when small developers have to pay tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars?
The post Why is Facebook not Paying the Apple Tax? appeared first on iA.
Tue, 01 Sep 2020 13:08:16 +0000
This week we published two long posts on Monopolies, the Apple Tax, and Subscriptions. Both articles come to the conclusion that lowering the 30% fee Apple charges developers would benefit everyone. The tax is at the core of their Antitrust case, at the core of the developer's business model. And in the end, it is in our common customer's interest to lower it, because profitable development produces better software.
The post How to Think Different appeared first on iA.
Fri, 21 Aug 2020 12:27:54 +0000
Companies selling apps via subscriptions use drama to sell: "Either subscription or we die.” As customers, we don't like to add more recurring payments to our monthly credit card bill. Begrudgingly we all accept subscriptions as a new reality. There is a limit to how many we can add to our credit card bill before we ask: Is this necessary? Is there only one business model for software, and, well, for anything now?
The post Subscription or no subscription? That is not the question. appeared first on iA.
Thu, 20 Aug 2020 13:46:45 +0000
Google has built a complete monopoly on search. Amazon uses the sales data of its resellers to continuously expand and solidify market dominance. Facebook copies the competitors that they can’t bully into being bought to keep their dominant market position. Apple is partying in antitrust land forcing its competitors to hand out 30% of its revenue. The game is rigged. And no one is enforcing the rules. Except for Epic, the maker of one of the most successful games of all time.
The post On Monopolies, Apple, and Epic appeared first on iA.
Sat, 15 Aug 2020 15:32:40 +0000
Style Check is like having a personal editor-in-chief on your device, carefully reviewing your text for redundancies, clichés and filler words as you type. It's simple, different, and powerful.
The post Introducing Style Check appeared first on iA.
Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:48:48 +0000
iA Writer for Windows 1.3 is the biggest update the platform has ever seen. It's available to download right now and comes as a free update for existing users.
The post Syntax Control, Individual Scroll, Snippets appeared first on iA.
Wed, 01 Jul 2020 15:53:55 +0000
Welcome to the new design of iA.net. We redesigned everything. From the layout, to the font, to the logo. We are preparing for the 15-year anniversary of iA in November and the 10-year anniversary of iA Writer in September. There are some rough edges still. Please tell us if you find anything that needs polishing.
The post A New Site appeared first on iA.
Mon, 08 Jun 2020 12:40:41 +0000
iA Writer 5.5 for Mac and iOS has arrived. The update adds a powerful mix of functionality and delicate subtlety that will improve your writing workflow.
The post New PDF Preview, Better Web Publishing, Improved Editing appeared first on iA.
Wed, 13 May 2020 11:36:39 +0000
2019 was a good year for iA Writer. Sales were good, reviews were good and in the end we got rewarded for our work with the App of the year prize from MacStories.
The post MacStories App Of The Year and Custom Backup appeared first on iA.
Thu, 09 Jan 2020 20:55:39 +0000
You've waited patiently for it, and now it is here. Version 1.2 of iA Writer for Windows has launched. This release packs in a boatload of improvements, making it the biggest update to hit the platform since the initial release.
The post PDF Preview, New Typography, Preferences appeared first on iA.
Wed, 20 Nov 2019 07:18:38 +0000
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