Developers, who are often struggling to make significant revenue based on apps they make while moonlighting, are considering enterprise apps as a monetization strategy beyond in-app purchases, in-app advertising or putting a price on their consumer apps.
Enterprise and consumer apps vary in many respects, but developers from both the enterprise and consumer side of the business could greatly benefit from some of the best practices of the other group.
Busy mobile developers are probably used to stretching themselves a little thin, which could make them great candidates to join "the elastic workforce." But what does that mean and why should developers care?
Mobile developers are turning their attentions to the enterprise, and they're bringing iOS along with it.
According to a study by Evans Data Group that surveyed developers that use app stores to distribute their apps, 74 percent of those making specialized apps for commercial ISVs prefer paid apps over free apps.