Archive | December, 2013
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What is App Store Optimisation?

An overview.

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My Experience in the Educational Apps Market – 2013 report

Another annual update on an indie team’s success in a non-game portion of the App Store.

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Mac Pro Build-to-Order Upgrade Pricing Revealed

Smasher of dreams?

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Apple to require all new App Store submissions to be “optimized for iOS 7,” built with latest Xcode starting Feb. 1

You can almost get everything you need from the excessively long headline.

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Switching to Freemium

iOctocat goes freemium, this is why.

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Creating Animated GIFs for Documentation

Underscore David Smith shares some instructions and tips for creating animated gifs to supplement documentation.

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The CocoaConf Spring Tour 2014!

CocoaConf is kicking off it’s Spring Tour 2014, registration is open now.

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Çingleton 3

Videos from Çingleton 3

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App’s clever feedback system helps happy users tweet, while angry customers can only email

Probably not the first crack at trying to mitigate negative feedback. The cynic in me says if they’re annoyed enough to tweet they’ll do it outside the app anyway, but still an interesting take on providing different options depending on customer selected “mood” of feedback.

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A Caveat When Using Promo Codes Before Your App is Released

Some information on how promo codes are tied to various versions of your app depending on what state your app is in.