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Alice Zhao, Curtis Herbert and Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly
Independence
Surviving in the muddy waters of the App Store as an indie isn’t easy. Alice Zhao, Curtis Herbert and Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly explore what it means to them, what they do to make it work, and how to claim your independence.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 11 ratings
Used to be my favourite show
I used to think this was a 11 star show but recently have felt the quality had gone way done hill. The main reason is that Curtis reminds me of your co-worker who must talk over you and must always correct every little thing. Would love to hear from more people than Curtis
OwaisHameed via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/19
Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been an indie for several years, this podcast has always something for you: each episode sheds some light to different aspects of “the indie life” in a fun and entertaining way, highly recommended!
zntfdr via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 05/21/19
They discuss many relevant topics you encounter as an independent iOS developer in a fun and “among-friends” kind of way. Honest and easy to relate to. Love it!
Oceandigit via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/07/19
Recent Episodes
Curtis had a topic planned, but Alice and Jelly ruined everything. The three talk about their experiences through out the course of Independence, how things have changed, why it’s ending, and ultimately answer the question of whether they still aim to be independent.
Published 11/18/19
Published 11/18/19
If you’re considering doing an app with subscriptions, there’s some things you may want to consider before you make that move, as it’s not necessarily the best answer for every situation. Curtis and Jelly have been using subscriptions for a while, so Alice quizzes them on how things have been...
Published 11/04/19
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