App Store Description

Fallout Shelter App Store Description Spotlight

The App Store Description should tell users everything they need to know about an app in a clear and easy to read manner. There are many ways a description can go about this, but there are several best practices that remain consistent. For Fallout Shelter, a mobile game based on the popular “Fallout” franchise, it needs an App Store Description that can make the game stand out on its own while still appealing to fans of the series. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we look at Fallout Shelter’s App Store Description and see its strengths and weaknesses.

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app store screenshots

Quora App Store Screenshot Spotlight

Quora is an online platform where users can ask questions covering a number of topics, with apps available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. One component of success on the stores is app store screenshots that showcase the uses and benefits of the app in a visually appealing way. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we look at Quora’s app store screenshots and see if they follow App Store Optimization best practices.

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App Marketing

App Marketing for Chat Bot Apps

Chat bots and virtual assistants are helpful applications that can serve a wide number of purposes. From helping direct customers to friendly conversations with users, they’re utilized in several fields and in many ways. Chat bot and virtual assistant apps must therefore use App Store Optimization strategies that target the right users, drive conversions and help them stay competitive on the App Store and Google Play Store. With that in mind, here are several ASO strategies that chat bot app developers should know when designing their app marketing.

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App Store Optimization

Apple Updates App Web View Requirements

Many apps rely on embedding or accessing web content, from shopping apps to social networking. These apps will need to update the API they use, as Apple has announced that all apps on the App Store must move from the UIWebView API to WKWebView. Developers that neglect to update their apps on time may find their apps rejected from the App Store, which could negatively impact their App Store Optimization.

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