User Tracking, App Store Compliance & ASO

Earlier this year, Facebook found itself at the center of a firestorm when it released an app that let it monitor everything users sent or did on their phones. The app, called Facebook Research, was designed to gather information on usage habits. Although it did offer users payments in exchange for their data, it was still given to users as young as 13. When Apple removed it, the company also revoked Facebook’s ability to publish apps like it. However, Facebook recently announced that it is recruiting participants to try a similar app on Google Play – this can provide an important lesson about working within the rules and guidelines of the App Store and Google Play Store to maintain a presence.

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Apple Watch App Store Optimization

While WWDC 2019 was filled with many major announcements, one important piece of news was a new App Store designed for watchOS. While previously, users would have to purchase apps from the iOS App Store to access the watchOS versions, this new wrist-mounted storefront will allow users to download apps directly to their Apple Watch even when their phones are elsewhere. Since users are going to start searching for Apple Watch apps directly from their watches, it’s important to think ahead and contemplate App Store Optimization strategies for watchOS apps.

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PUBG Mobile App Store Spotlight

There is an ongoing rivalry between multiplayer battle royale shooter games, and one top competitor is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG. A mobile game port is available on iOS and Android devices, but if it wants to succeed in the App Store and Play Store, it needs a good App Store Optimization strategy that attracts new players. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at PUBG Mobile and see if its ASO is a winner.

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