Episode 274: Actually The Business I Want To Run

Manton and Daniel discuss Apple’s short-lived restrictions on editing App Store descriptions, weighing the merits of adding more semantic fields to App Store pages, and supporting a separate review process for metadata-only updates. They talk about Apple’s rejection of apps using Rollout.io technologies, and larger risks of depending on any 3rd party binaries or open source. Finally they consider the power of assuming certain labels such as “entrepreneur,” and how it frames your business thinking moving forward.

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Links:

  • Editing App Store Descriptions – 9to5mac reports on the change of policy by Apple, and subsequent reversion to status quo.
  • Firewatch – macOS game from Campo Santo and Panic.
  • Rollout.io Statement – Rollout responds to Apple’s rejection of apps using their hot-patch technology.
  • CocoaPods – A popular package manager for iOS and Mac.
  • SXSW – Austin-based film, music, and technology conference.
  • Open Coffee Club – Worldwide directory of meetups aimed at uniting investors and entrepreneurs.
  • Open Coffee Austin – Manton’s local club.
  • 15 Years of Blogging – Manton celebrates his long blogging career, and looks back at some favorite entries.
March 18, 2017 at 11:37 am.