Actually Useful Software is not a business. We just wanted to know if writing Apps could make any substantial money, since people used to enjoy all kinds of free software for a long time now!
How do we define "substantial money"? Isnít that an excellent question? Well, how about a steady revenue that is close to the minimal hourly wage in the US? That would be a fair criteria, since one might say:
"Hey, you know what, I can survive working from my house, and doing what I really love to do the most!"
We are not quite there, yet.
Who gains and who looses from the culture of freeloading?
We have more ideas for developing actually useful Apps, however, they are put on halt for now because of time constraints.
We strive to develop one-click solutions, packaged in small size lightweight Apps that need no special access permissions, hence no scary warnings upon downloading to be displayed.
Network communication access permissions are needed for our free of charge Apps just for the purpose of serving ads, and we are sorry about this inconvenience!
Get our Apps from these well respected App Stores:
Barnes&Noble NOOK Apps at Actually Useful Software,
Amazon Appstore at Actually Useful Software,
Google Play Store at Actually Useful Software,
On Samsung Apps look at Unit Converter for Smart, then click the Actually Useful Software link next to Seller,
BlackBerry World at Actually Useful Software.
We greatly appreciate all feedback, reviews, ratings and suggestions!
©2011-2012 Actually Useful Software, St. Augustine, Florida, email: Nick at ActuallyUsefulSoftware dot com
Entire content of this website and all of our Android Apps, and the results they may produce, are for information purposes only: use on your own risk!
All company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.