ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat May 1 18:02:54 CDT 2010
François Chaplais wrote:
> RevOnline (the one I know from studio) requires revolution and has
> a crappy interface. Plus you cannot do business there.
> http://revonline2.runrev.com/ : just have a look at the top downloads
> and the the screen shot: it's ugly. Plus it does not sell.
> I assume revselect is
> 15 apps: ha! Is that all?
The number of products in RevSelect isn't a RunRev problem; that's a
developer problem. Like that AppStore, that's where developer sell
their wares, so if you want to see more there write some. :)
Ugly can be fixed, and since the RevSelect stuff is already sold through
their store, linking it from the front page of the store is a two-minute
job for someone there.
Have you considered writing RunRev with your suggestions?
I agree they're useful ones. When people look at a tool like Rev they
want to see there's a sizable afternarket as an indicator of viability.
So it benefits RunRev more than anyone else to improve the
presentation of third-party offerings all over their site.
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