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Pigment App Store Screenshot Spotlight

An App Store Screenshot is an opportunity to visually present an app while describing its functionality. For apps like Pigment, an adult coloring book app, it is key to show users the patterns and artwork they can make on it. For today’s App Store Spotlight, we look at Pigment’s App Store Screenshots and see how they present the app to its users.

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Armello App Store Screenshot Spotlight

App Store Screenshot best practices guide app developers on how to best present their app to users. Good screenshots can help improve the clickthrough rate (CTR) and conversions for an app, while poor screenshots fail to convey the benefits of the app or can even repel users. For today’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at the mobile game Armello, which is currently featured on the App Store, and see how its App Store Screenshots follow ASO best practices.

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Smite Blitz App Store Screenshot Spotlight

An App Store Screenshot can showcase many things about an app, such as its graphics or a mobile game’s characters. Every aspect, from the features highlighted to the order of the screenshots, can make a difference. For today’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at the screenshots for Smite Blitz, a mobile game currently featured on the Apple App Store.

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Amino App Store Screenshot Spotlight

App Store Screenshots are vital to an app’s conversion rates. These images should inform users of a variety of the app’s features and functionality, be visually engaging when viewed on a device (whether in light mode or dark mode) and utilize callout text along with in-app visuals. For today’s App Store Spotlight, we take the popular social networking app Amino and assess its Screenshot strategy.

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Hidden Objects Valentine’s Day App Store Screenshots Spotlight

App Store Screenshots can give a user their first look at the app, so it’s important they make a good impression. When an app relies on seasonality, such as Valentine’s Day apps, it’s equally important that they use their screenshots to capitalize on the holiday with thematically appropriate imagery. For this week’s App Store Spotlight, we take a look at Hidden Objects Valentine’s Day to see how its App Store Screenshots utilize seasonality and how they’re designed for conversions.

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