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    Default Sore Feet? Sore Heels? Help!

    Hi,

    I’m a Podiatrist & I see a lot of pregnant women have sore feet (my sister included). Thinking of making an app that will provide solutions to alleviate this problem.

    I need to know IF I developed it:

    1) Would you use it?
    2) Would you pay for it?

    Looking forwards to hearing your responses & wishing you all the best of health

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    I would use it, but I'm one of those people that only downloads free apps.

    I'm happy to put up with advertising if it's not overly intrusive (i.e a fixed banner or one pop up when I open the app to use).


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    I would totally use it! I had terribly sore feet when I was pregnant with DS, who is now 2. my feet still aren't as they used to be and I get sore heels all the time now too! But I agree with the ^^ post- i usually only download free apps.... you can't always trust who writes them and i get really annoyed when I buy an app that is terrible or has wrong info. However if i download an app that I like that is free for the light version, i will happily pay for the full version- as long as im told this is the case at the beginning!


 

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