Curated App News
Every week, I read a lot about iOS and Android app marketing and publishing and compile the best 4 or 5 best articles I found.
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The holiday season is coming soon. Have you considered updating your app to have a temporary holiday theme? If you do, check out this extensive report that shows how other apps have done it in the past.
This is a great post 2 part series post on app analytics. If you don’t have an analytic package to track your apps (like Flurry, Mobile Google Analytics then you’re missing out and you should set one up now (it takes only 15 minutes). Once you have data analytics for your app, it can be overwhelming to know what data to consider and how to interpret it.
That’s where this post helps you not to get lost as it helps you chose the metrics that matter for your apps and beat the competition.
The second part of this post is here.
Part 2: How To Gain Actionable Insights From The Top 5 App Metrics
@LoganTjm via @BuzingaApps1
If you’re new to App Store Optimization (ASO) for iOS apps, this infographic gives a good overview of what to do in 7 steps.
@DaveaBell via @Appseecom
How mobile video ad is growing a lot and is a great way to advertise and/or monetize your apps.
@jkrystynak via @AppLovin Resource of the Week
Every week, I share a website, tool, book, video, podcast … that helped me as an app publisher.
As an app publisher and blogger, I often search for images I can use for my apps and websites.
Pixabay is a great searchable stock photo website where all photos are free. They claim that they have almost half million photos.
Another similar site that is
Pexels They don’t have as many photos but the ones they have are usually very beautiful.
BTW, most of the photos on this blog comes from those 2 websites.
@pixabay & @PexelsPhotos
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