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A recent survey of Gen-Y Australians has found that anyone who is currently ‘working on an app’ but have no real timeline of when it will be completed, are essentially doing nothing.
A mobile app is a software application designed to run on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, providing both services and entertainment. This particular industry is extremely popular with the children of
This particular industry is extremely popular with the children of wealthy elite, with over 90% of people who claim to be ‘working on apps’ unable to explain the ins and outs of said app.
It appears the seemingly effortless, but extremely lucrative, narrative surrounding apps like Snapchat and Instagram appeals greatly to young affluent Australians – who feel that entering the world of tech-start-ups should be just as easy as the rest of their lives have been.
After takin a sabbatical Toby focus on being being a cryptoprenuer, local apptreprenuer, Rowan Fairfax (27) says his ice cream toppings delivery app should be going live in a year or so, but can’t exactly say when.
“it’s just like what I was saying about cryptocurrency before I lost everything…” he says.
“My parents generation can’t understand this game”
“Sure it’s cost a bit of money, but the returns are usually fucking epic. I’ll send you some articles”
“I’ve carved off a pretty specific part of the market and the projected outcomes have been measured up against the optimised algorithms of several channels that cater to an easily disrupt-able demographic of key audience behaviours”
“I’ve just got to find a developer”