The social media world was shaken when the popular social network Tumblr was removed from the Apple App Store. While the app does have built-in filters designed to block people from posting illegal images and content, they failed to stop certain harmful images from being posted. As a result, the app contained content that violated Apple’s terms and conditions and was subsequently removed. Now developers are wondering: how can they be sure their apps won’t make the same mistake? Continue reading
It’s safe to say that app developers would love getting their app featured on the App Store. It’s well-known that being featured can help improve an app’s visibility and increase its downloads. Apple features curated content on anything from brand-new games and apps to developer stories that give a behind the scenes look at app development. But, are there any steps app developers should take to help their app get featured? Does being featured all hinge on following ASO best practices, or are there other tips and tricks to developers’ disposal?
We’re over half-way through 2018 and revenues are on the rise for the app economy. Between the two app stores, though, which one is seeing higher profits? More importantly, why?
Ten years ago, Apple launched its App Store and reshaped the way we use mobile devices. Suffice to say, the app ecosystem has changed significantly in that time, and the app economy is on track to be worth over 6 billion by 2021. With ten years behind us and an infinite future ahead, it’s time to look back and see how the world of apps has changed.