It only makes me ~$100/mo, which is enough to cover my PC gaming addiction. Super fun experience, amazing how much you learn from building such a small piece of software.
> # What's New in Version 1.0.3
> "Hey Jordan, this app looks great but unfortunately crashes when I mouse over to my second monitor while selecting a color"
> "That's impossible, I fixed that! Are you sure you're using the latest version?"
> "Yes I'm positive. Just put your primary display on the right and mouse over to the left screen"
> "Hmm... works on my machine."
> "Your other right"
> · This version fixes a bug with the color picker when your primary display is to the right of another display.
Andy once worked on a large graphics application. Nearing release, the testers reported that the application crashed
every time they painted a stroke with a particular brush. The programmer responsible argued that there was nothing
wrong with it; he had tried painting with it, and it worked just fine. This dialog went back and forth for several days,
with tempers rapidly rising.
Finally, we got them together in the same room. The tester selected the brush tool and painted a stroke from the
upper right corner to the lower left corner. The application exploded. "Oh," said the programmer, in a small voice,
who then sheepishly admitted that he had made test strokes only from the lower left to the upper right, which did not
expose the bug.
Other than that just word of mouth from social media. I've also linked to it from my other Medium articles which get a couple thousand reads per week, but haven't converted many of those to sales.