Full-screen ads coming to Apple iPhone and Apple iPad apps?

mike123abc

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Of course it is only in apps that the user decides they want to run.
 
mike123abc

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On second thought I usually pay the extra $1 or $2 if I decide to keep an app to avoid the ads.
 
rockymtnhigh

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Full-screen or partial ads in valuable apps are always reason to spend the couple bucks for the ad-free app.
 
mike123abc

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I still like the business model of free and paid apps. I can download and try out an app to see if I like it and then decide to buy it in the long run if I decide it works well.
 
rockymtnhigh

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I still like the business model of free and paid apps. I can download and try out an app to see if I like it and then decide to buy it in the long run if I decide it works well.

I agree, but wish there was the ability to try out a paid app for a couple hours. Like Android does, or did anyways, a few years ago.
 
navychop

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I see this following the cable model. First, pay to get no ads. Later, pay AND still get ads.

YUCK!
 

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