Poesie is a poetry app available on the Apple App Store as the App of the Day. It provides a library of poems, including audio recordings, weekly poet highlights and interactive features to help users understand the poetry more.
Yet as poetry is an art, there is also an art to writing the App Store Description that developers should keep in mind. Does the Poesie app use descriptions right? We’ll find out in today’s App Store Spotlight.
When users’ needs change, apps need to change with them. An updated App Store Description can be key to letting users know how your app can meet current demands and ongoing needs.
One example of shifting user needs can be seen with educational apps, such as ClassDojo, an app currently featured as one of Apple’s “Essential Apps for the Week Ahead.”
An App Store Description needs to entice users while describing the app to them. There are many ways developers attempt this, from calling out their awards and accolades to presenting lists of all the features the app provides, but each store has different best practices.
For today’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at the description for the Day One Journal app, which is currently featured as the App of the Day on the App Store. Is the description effective at following App Store Optimization best strategies, or is the journal app in need of a rewrite?
When your app is available in the stores, how will you let users know everything it has to offer?
The App Store description should never be overlooked. It’s an important tool for conversion and building keyword relevance, so a well-written description can make a big difference.
For today’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at VoterPal. This app is currently featured on the Apple App Store for “Making a Difference,” but does its description make it clear how it can help users bring about positive change?
App descriptions are essential for App Store Optimization and conversions. They tell users what an app has to offer, why they should download it and how it can help them. Additionally, they provide valuable data to the App Store and Google Play Store that can be used for paid campaigns and indexation. If you want to create app descriptions that can help improve conversions and help with your App Store Optimization, here are some best practices to follow.