Back in the summer of 2019, I helped Beta test Dark Noise – a White noise app by first-time iOS indie developer Charlie Chapman. I witnessed the incredible development of Dark Noise during the beta stages through to launch, and the deserving attention it garnered as the best of its kind on the iOS App Store.
Charlie unselfishly and openly shared his journey on his blog about the launch and promotion of Dark Noise, including stats after a month in the App Store. Not only content with sharing his journey following his experiences of creating and launching an app, but Charlie has also now started a podcast called Launched:
Launched is a fortnightly show where I interview app developers and other creators about their experiences releasing their creation out into the world.
Being a huge fan of iOS, I have always had a high level of intrigue into what it takes to develop, launch and market an iOS app. Launched, is here to guide you into that world, thanks to the willing participation of developers and creators sharing their stories. Learning about these stories behind the creations as a user gives me a much better perspective and bolster the respect I have for app developers. As for Charlie’s fellow developers and creators, I have no doubt they’ll pick up some tips that could help them in current and future projects.
Launched has kicked off with great on-point conversations that keep you paying attention to the discussion and if like me, you’re always interested in learning the journeys of iOS app development, launch, promotion and any other associated tidbits, then go forth and subscribe.