It’s naturally assumed that products evolve from founders trying to solve a problem that they themselves experience, for it allows the creators to be the users, or at least empathetic to the users.
Hey everyone, The outcry from you all, our supporters, has been amazing. In fact it was so wonderful, that I attempted to reach out to appeal to Apple again. Below is a copy of the letter I sent for the appeals process. Thank you to L, master wordsmith, who helped me fix up the tone <3 — Hi Apple, I
Hello everyone, Today I got a solemn call from our reviewer who told me that HPT would not be allowed on the app store, even with a 17+ rating. The reason given was that “the concept was not something that Apple wants to go forward with.” I knew I was taking a chance with building the game natively but I
Howdy! Thank you everyone for their feedback and comments last week as I was questioning what next steps are. Hearing the words of encouragement from you all has given me courage again, and it was nice being able to actually talk with some of you instead of seeing just an email on a screen. I think where I went wrong
Hello everyone! Last week, HappyPlayTime had the honor of pitching for sex shark tank during Social Media Week NYC’s Changing the World through Sex, hosted and curated by one of my biggest heroes, Cindy Gallop. In addition to the great advice from the panel, and the amazing crowd, I was lucky to just to hang out with the other companies