Category Archives: App Store Spotlight

Boxed App Store Spotlight

There’s a plethora of shopping apps on the App Store and Google Play Store, each trying to find a different niche to target. Boxed is a shopping app that delivers in bulk at wholesale prices, in order to meet consumer demands for both quantity and affordability. No matter how much the bulk or how low the price, consumers won’t buy from them if they can’t find the app, which is why App Store Optimization is so important. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at Boxed and unpack its ASO.

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Mailchimp App Store Spotlight

Mailchimp is an email marketing platform for small businesses, with a companion app designed to enable users to manage their contacts and emails from their mobile devices. While the app’s team understands multiple facets of marketing, mobile marketing requires a different set of tools and knowledge – specifically, it requires App Store Optimization. In this week’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at Mailchimp and see if its ASO is up to the task.

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Cats Are Cute App Store Spotlight

There’s no denying the popularity of cats on the internet. Between videos, memes and cats achieving celebrity status, it’s no wonder that there are plenty of apps dedicated to cats as well. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at the aptly-named app “Cats are Cute” and see if it’s optimized to succeed on the App Store and Play Store. Does it roar like a lion, or has the cat got its tongue?

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Dr. Mario World App Store Spotlight

Nintendo has launched a new app for the popular “Mario” franchise, bringing the classic “Dr. Mario” game to mobile devices. While the franchise name certainly gives it a strong start, does the app also have healthy App Store Optimization, or are its rankings in need of medicine? For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we give Dr. Mario World a checkup and see how its ASO is doing.

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Trip.com App Store Spotlight

We’re well into Summer, which means people around the country are heading off on vacations, and many of them are using apps to plan and book their trips. Travel and vacation apps should optimize to take advantage of this increased demand and bring in new users. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we’re taking a look at the Trip.com app to see if its App Store Optimization is good enough to provide it a one-way ticket to the top of search results.

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