Posted on Aug 23rd with 1 Comment
So, you had your great idea, have developed the app and submitted it for review by Apple. And now what? Sit and wait? No, definitely not. Your work has just begun.
How to get into the New and Noteworthy on App Store with a paid app: plan your release
First of all you’ll have to make a detailed plan of how you’ll promote your app starting from week -1 (the week before you app is approved) through Day D when it appears at the store (you can take Thursday in the week after you’ve submitted the app as the most likely day for this to happen), and week-by-week until week 4.
Posted on Aug 17th with 3 Comments
If you are making just another app which has the same functionalities and same user interface as the apps which are already there you can stop reading this post – making such an app is a good practice but it won’t have any chances of getting into the New and Noteworthy section.
But if you really want to be featured as N&N, you have three options:
Posted on Aug 16th with 11 Comments
We all know that the best app marketing is getting into the top apps on the App Store and that the best thing that can happen to your app when you release it for the first time is to be featured in the New and Noteworthy section.
But getting there is not so easy, and many developers feel that this is impossible. Since we at Dear Future Astronaut – Creative mobile development have managed to get Photo Stats app to New and Noteworthy section on 64 stores, including the most important one – the USA store, we decided to share our path to the top with you.
Posted on Aug 16th with 1 Comment
This week we focus on smartphone apps which make us better in various areas in our life. Thanks to them we can make better photos, make better cocktails, have better memory or be a better person. And as a bonus for you being so good in all these areas, we’ll add one really cool app which just makes Twitter better. So, let’s start :)
Posted on Aug 1st with No comments
Start your week with some really cool apps. Last week we focused on apps which give us cool new ways to access content, proving that sometimes interface can be almost equally important as the content you are presenting. Watch the video and read more about these great apps.