Top-Tens iPhone app put up for sale on eBay
August 6, 2009 in iOS Development
[prMac.com] London, UK - "Top-Tens" an iPhone/iPod touch app that gives the user the ability to keep tabs on the top 10s of their favorite hobbies, interests or pastimes has been put up for sale on eBay. The eBay auction includes all source code and collateral, including the supporting website.
Top-Tens has been available in the App Store since May 2009 and has received 2 updates in that time in response to customer feedback in terms of usability and user interface design. Top-Tens reached #8 in the Reference section for Paid Apps at the beginning of June with minimal marketing - proving that there is potential for the App to do extremely well with a marketing campaign behind it.
Top-Tens gives the user the ability to easily keep tabs on the Top 10s of their favorite hobbies, interests or pastimes - from the top 10 books and movies to the top 10 computer viruses, top 10 email spam and phishing scams, to even the top 10 online deals and coupons, product recalls, or websites. The Top-Tens Library contains all these with more being added all the time.
The developer, Rod Cambridge, says "I've decided to sell Top-Tens as I'll be on Sabbatical for 6 months from early November. Top-Tens requires minimal maintenance (< 1 hour) once per week to do things like add new categories suggested by users. In addition, Top-Tens may require code updates - and so I've concluded it's best to make sure the app goes to a good home before I jet off!"
Rod Cambridge is based in London, England. Rod designed and developed Top-Tens in his spare time while working full time in the IT industry.