iBlood Test is a humorous app that lets you test others for a variety of STDs by drawing blood and running lab tests. Users simply place the iBlood Test needle up to their patient's arm and draw back the syringe. Within seconds a centrifuge starts processing the information and a blood test results page will list any diseases that the patient tested positive for. iBlood Test screens for various diseases like Herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and more. At the end of the test, a Petri dish shows the diseases and bacteria laughing back at you!
Russ also made a kid's version of iBlood Test that eliminates the adult subject matter. With iBlood Test Kids, they get tested for everything from Alien Plague to Zombieosis! All in all we will have four versions of iBlood Test available on the app store: iBlood Test, iBlood Test FREE, iBlood Test Kids, iBlood Test Kids FREE. Right now we are holding off on the free versions.
When doing my research for this app, I did not find anything even remotely similar to iBlood Test available on the app store. I have no way of predicting how well this app will do, but I have seen many other humorous apps break into the top 50 in their category. One example is an app called Stool Scanner which you can check out here: Stool Scanner. Now, if this app made the top 25 (which it did at one point), you can’t tell me that iBlood Test cannot have similar results!
You can see funny YouTube promo video of iBlood Test in below…
One of the crucial points in a new app’s life is the initial feedback it gets from the first few people who download it. A few one star ratings can send a new app plummeting and conversely, a few five star ratings can quickly build buzz for a new app. This is where you come in. I rarely ask anything of my readers – but today I am asking you for a favor. If you have an iPhone, please take the time to download iBlood Test or iBlood Test Kids and if you feel we deserve it, give us a positive review and a 5 star rating. This would really help get iBlood Test off to the right start!
Russ and I purchased a small block of AdMob’s advertisements that will be displayed on other apps. Hopefully these ads will attract people enough to visit iBlood Test in the app store and take the time to download it. I am also doing additional marketing for the app, which includes building a website and emailing all of the app review websites in hopes of a positive review.
This is a crossroads for me when it comes to pursuing and developing iPhone apps. Should iBlood Test fail, chances are that I won’t be creating other apps. But if we succeed and create some nice residual income, I have no problem investing those earnings into additional iPhone apps. It’s not that I would be “giving up” should iBlood Test fail; it is just that I know that of the 40 or 50 ideas that I came up with, iBlood Test was by far the best and most unique. If this one doesn’t make it, those others certainly don’t stand a chance.
You can view the first two paid versions of iBlood Test in the app store at the links below:
Let us know what you think about iBlood Test and feel free to give your feedback in the comment section below. At the end of the month you will be able to see my earnings report for June which will include exactly how well iBlood Test did. You will see both the paid app earnings as well as the payment from AdMobs. To close, I’d like to thank Russ for all of his hard work and his ability to put up with someone like me, who’s not very “tech savvy”! THANKS RUSS!
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