Open Source Music Synthesizer For Android
There are some producers out there who are thinking too romantically when they release a new app for the iOS. I’m guessing that they picture thousands of users lining up to buy their new app on the day it is released. That is not the case for most app developers. What they can be sure of, is criticism. For every ten people that say they love an app and would sell their souls for it, there is at least one person who believes it is pure crap. Either they have no idea how to actually use the software, or they are professionals who are able to nitpick at every last detail.
To create good software for a tablet, I think the developer has to look far beyond the day of its release. They need to consider how well an app will hold up in a year. Will it still be relevant and will there still be a need for such an app? The day an app is released is the same day that developers need to go back and begin making corrections and changes for the next app. Creating an open source app that is open to development on all sides would save you many hours of programming.