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drmas

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Quiz App Portfolio dating back to 2013.

Average income is US $756 per month over the last 12 months. Income can be verified.

I may be willing to sell a copy of my assets and code to those who are interested in a quiz portfolio. The price would be a multiple of my monthly earnings. Monthly earnings evidence available to those who are genuinely interested in purchasing.This would give the purchaser a non-exclusive copy of the portfolio.

 

To those who are interested in owning the portfolio exclusively - I encourage you to contact me before any possible sale under the terms outlined in the previous paragraph.

Serious enquiries only please.

Escrow service can be used.

Best wishes - Martin.

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This quiz app portfolio is still for sale. Genuine enquiries only please. Thanks - Martin.
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I really wish you good luck with sale.
But you should add more information if you want to attract some interest.
At least what platform or link to portfolio.

Maybe try to list your portfolio at Flippa dot com?
There is lot of apps/games etc changing hands there.

But I want to say, that it is more likely to get fraction of monthly income for copy of portfolio.
You can buy clones of existing very profitable big games for $5-20. That is market price for copy of code.
If you will transfer existing apps, update them, changing ad network ids to buyers ids, then you can hope to sell it for multiply of several months profit.
Copy of existing game is considered as "spam" in appstore and cloning apps from your code is not really possible anymore.
That is reality these days.

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I sold many games in flippa, but stopped to do it last year, as apple rejects all updates as "spam" and it is not possible to change admob (or other network) ids without updating an app.
Prices for games with monthly income was $30-150. But this year you can see in flippa, that most games is selling for $10-20-50. And lot of them did not sold at all.
Apple is fighting with clones and spam, that is a reason.

Anyway, good luck!

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drmas

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Thanks for the comments - very informative and useful.

My apps are on iOS only. No Google Play or Amazon. 

I contacted Flippa. After their commission I can expect 6.5 x monthly income multiple. I can appreciate an investors perspective - but for me 6.5 x is not worth the sale. I'd rather draw the income than sell at that rate.

One thing I noticed on Flippa was the number of games on their that had been on a store for a month or so. Talk about taking a risk! I wouldn't but an app that had a "track record" of one month. But I accept we are all risk averse to varying degrees.

I'd prefer to sell the entire portfolio rather than a copy.

Thanks again the the post. Best wishes - Martin.
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6.5x monthly income is quite good, but main pitfall is that apple rejects updates.
I wanted to sell all portfolio too, but realised, that it is impossible to guarantee updates for new buyer.
Last 4 games I sold in flippa, I get updates rejected an I had to refund money to buyers. Then I stopped wasting my time 😉
And that was my luck, because one game is climbing in ratings every month and my portfolio earns 2.5x more than last year 😉

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I am not going to buy your games, but just for interest, maybe you can pm link to take a look what you have?


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drmas

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Supercode - you make some excellent points. I think selling an App Portfolio is problematic and I have decided not to sell. The upside is that I can draw a decent income from it in the meantime.

It seems that the problem is widespread when it comes to App Store rejections.

Looks like it's time for something completely different!

Thanks and best wishes - Martin.
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