Here are some more real app results for you. Sticking with our original goal of being as transparent as possible with this blog, we’re releasing data from our “Daily Quiz” app, which was our first skin of our very own Personality Quiz Source Code that you can get for around the cost of tonight’s dinner. And by the way, that code includes a free video tutorial showing you exactly how to reskin it.

Title: “Daily Quiz – Personality and Fun Quizzes Every Day”

Released: March 7, 2014

1) Lifestyle
2) Entertainment

Keywords: dexter, character, myers-briggs, type, career, job, breaking, bad, flaw, dog, breed, life, throne, tv, should, what

Expenses: $9

Income: $613.95

  • In-App Purchases: $310.36 (net after Apple’s cut)
  • Revmob: $53.31
  • Chartboost: $3.78
  • Upsight (Formerly PlayHaven) More Apps Page: $7.54
  • Upsight (Formerly PlayHaven) Interstitials: $43.25
  • StartApp: $194.02
  • AppLovin: $1.69

Current Net Revenue: $604.95

# of Downloads: 9,286 (no marketing)

Quick Take:

Daily Personality Quiz Nearly Free Source CodeDoing this exercise after so long is actually very enlightening. It’s rare that we see an app make as much money from in-app purchases as from ads! That’s a very good sign and shows that people enjoy the content. I would argue that if we turned the ads off, we might actually get more in-app purchases and happy customers, giving better reviews, and thus increasing our search ranking. This is definitely something to test.

Best of all, unlike some other source codes you’ll find out there, this app continues to bring in revenue, even 9 months later. Again, that’s a rare thing to find with source codes, but is incredibly powerful. Can you image releasing 100 of these over the course of 3 months? Even if each only brings in $3 a day, you’ll be making $300 a day without doing any further work! That’s also not including the fact that you can cross-promote these apps against each other. Why haven’t we done this? We seriously don’t have the time. We have so many projects going on right now, we can’t manage another app portfolio. But believe me, if we had the time to make one of these every day, we would.

The Best Part:

What is better than putting an extra $300 per day in your pocket?

Doing it quickly, easily, and for almost no money down!

We have a Step-by-Step Video Tutorial that will show you exactly how to reskin this app…  and the course is FREE!  Each version that you reskin will take you less and less time, which means you’ll be able to calculate your hourly return on each version.

Last, this code is the cheapest code on the market. Check it out for yourself.

15 thoughts on ““Daily Quiz” Real App Results from Personality Quiz Source Code

      1. When will you add iPad to that version?
        I have realised so far that adding iPad to a source code from the beginning makes a huge different in revenue later on.

        1. The purpose of this code was to give everyone the lowest price and simplest intro into apps that we could possibly give, so it doesn’t quite have all the bells & whistles like iPad support, but it’s definitely something we’re considering. Any updates we make to the code will be included for free with purchase of the code.

  1. Hi there, I didn’t see the excel spreadsheet that was mentioned in the video in my download. Where will I find that?

  2. In Xcode for in app purchases IAP_REMOVE_ADS which is totally different from the tutorial. Also it asks for a link to my privacy policy, and I don’t know what to do with that. Thanks!

    1. It sounds like you are using the old tutorials. Please email us for access to the new tutorials if you are using the latest code.
      As for a privacy policy, you said “it asks for a link.” What is “it”? Who is asking for a privacy policy link? You shouldn’t need one.

  3. Hi, I’m definitely interested in this code! One quick question though, I’ve been wondering for a while now, what if you were to release 10, 30 or even 100 reskins of this app from the same Apple account. Would Apple actually approve all the apps after a while? I’ve heard of people getting rejected because of “too many similar apps”.

    1. Hi Elin,

      This is actually one of the main reasons why we like content-based codes. We haven’t seen rejections for that because each app is unique since the content is different. It would be difficult for an app reviewer to claim that it’s the same if all the questions, answers, and results are different. The only thing I would be careful about is to not release too many at once. If you do 1-2 a week or fewer, though, you should be fine.

      1. Thanks for your prompt reply! That makes sense! I went ahead and got the code. I’m very excited! I’ve been working hard on 2 other reskins with a lot of graphics and animations and I felt like I needed a break. 🙂 My goal was to release one more app before Christmas. This code just made that possible! (And many more after Christmas I hope.) I had a lot of fun brainstorming themes last night with my husband/partner. 🙂 Consider me your new reader and fan!

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