4 votesRyan commented
Yeah its horrible that you need to learn that code. Its just another thorn preventing you from getting your app out there
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Thanks for the suggestion; I’m marking this as under review for implementation in a future release of the Store.Ryan commented
@Cliff i think the issue is that most people that a looking for something free to entertaining them will not be in the paid apps section. For example your app might be 100% unlocked but contains advertising when in the trial mode. However you would almost be better publishing 2 apps, 1 free and one paid. the problem then its there is no natural way for a use to upgrade and remove the adds.
I do think a combined list would still be beneficial. A simple app type (Free/Trial) in phone accent brush would help you to identify it.Ryan supported this idea ·