How ASO can get you millions of installs

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ASO (App Store Optimization) is often perceived of as an art, rather than a science. Especially given the need to constantly fickle and A/B test your app’s marketing assets. But is it really worth spending the time? Well, one app owner claimed they got 6 million downloads from only focusing on ASO. The article entitled… Read more »

Google’s progressive onboarding

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We sometimes hear developers or product managers say – “tips” are a sign your UI has failed. But Google, with the biggest B2C interactive audience (if you include search) globally, use tips and modals very creatively. by David Jones, Founder and CEO of Pointzi.com – codeless on-boarding You would think that Google have: Some of the best… Read more »

Best free apps to make traveling easy

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Traveling has become somewhat contagious with certain individuals, no matter the destination; certain spots have become very popular. However, traveling may provide a euphoric and exciting sense of adventure; oppose to all the good, it still comes with its own struggles, which is why mobile apps have become very popular with our travellers. Here are… Read more »

What the Internet Trends means for the mobile app developer

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It’s that time of year, when a barrage of free statistics come at you from Mary Meeker at Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB). The Internet Trends report is undoubtedly one of the most influential reports out there – and hey, it’s hard to beat free.  But what does this all mean for you as… Read more »

Samsung adds multi-language support for images

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From Samsung Dear Seller This is the Samsung Apps Seller Office. Thank you for your continued support of the Samsung Apps Seller Office.The changes detailed below will be introduced as part of our ongoing commitment to service improvement.  Effective from – April 03, 2014 (THU)  Major changes Added Feature for Registering Screenshots for Each Language… Read more »

How To Choose Programming Language For Apps

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by Mark Harper Creating apps is really fun and simple these days. It is quite a nice idea to think that a simple app you develop in your own home could help you become a big brand name in the app market. There are many things to think about when developing an app and choosing… Read more »

Improve Your English With These 7 Android Applications!

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Most people today need help with learning or improve their English. Regardless of whether you are a non-native speaker or a native speaker, but there are still a lot to learn about the very complicated yet awesome English language. If you are good with English, you will not have a hard time conversing properly with… Read more »

Samsung changes image requirements and launches in Spanish

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From Samsung: [Seller Office] Service improvements in April Dear seller, This is the Seller Office Team. Thank you for your continued support of the Samsung Apps Seller Office.In consideration of your valuable advice and opinions, we will further improve the Seller Office service for your convenience. Please note the following information when using Seller Office…. Read more »

Growth of Google Play leads to app store innovation

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If you are a developer of mobile apps, a milestone has until now somewhat quietly become a reality: Google Play now has the same amount of apps as iTunes, standing over 700,000 apps strong.  App discovery is a huge challenge, which probably means developers may be more likely to cry than cheer when hearing the… Read more »