From the outside, then, it’s easy to be dismissive or even
resentful: How can these guys launch a relatively expensive
text-note app that’s missing so many features of competing
It takes balls to release an iOS app in 2013 for $4.99.
It takes balls to enter this extremely crowded category.
It takes balls to release a note-shoebox app in 2013 that has no
sync, import, or export.
It takes balls to name your note-shoebox app after a cocktail
nobody has heard of, then to age-rate the app “12+ for mild
alcohol references” just so the cocktail’s recipe can be included
in the Credits screen.