I just joined AndroidPIT community and deployed Pro version of my Make Your Clock Widget app (http://www.androidpit.de/de/android/market/apps/app/net.hubalek.android.makeyourclock.pro/Make-Your-Clock-Pro-Beta)
Everything went fine, it seems that app is deployed.
What confuses me is web page License Code Upload (http://www.androidpit.com/en/android/developers/uploadLicenses?d=000000).
What are license codes and what is it's purpose?
I spent long time by searching forums and Googling but I didn't find reasonable answer.
Initially I thought that it is for REDEEM CODES (which would be killer feature of AndroidPIT as this functionality is not implemented in Android market and I WOULD LOVE to advertise AndroidPIT if such a functionality would be implemented).
So I entered two codes to the form and they increased counter of available codes and disappeared. Then I asked my friend to buy app using one of these codes. He was not successful (market simply stopped responding, no error message like Invalid voucher code).
So I said to myself that it is not working.
What was my surprise that I got email that I'm almost run out of codes.
It looks like these license codes are sent to user and if I run out of codes, app stops selling.
So I generated 1000 GUIDs as license codes and now everything seems OK.
Could anybody point me to documentation and/or explain how this works?