This week’s guest post goes to Whalla Labs, mobile app development company. At WWDC16, Apple introduced the arrival of Search Ads, which will be displayed in the App Store search results. But how and when will these ads appear? How will they affect App Store Optimization (ASO) and app discoverability? Everything you need to know below. Read the entire post on Whalla Labs blog. App Store discoverability: looking for a needle in a haystack App …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Books & Reference||5.0.2||November 13, 2017||4.14|
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- ● App Description
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Version 5.0.2 released on November 13, 2017
Version 22.214.171.124 released on May 15, 2017
- Increased stability
- Greater ePub3 support
- Updated library of packaged books
Version 126.96.36.199 released on March 21, 2017
- Improved security
- Fixed some PDF opening issues
Version 188.8.131.52 released on December 14, 2016
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Ebook Reader is free, and optimized for Android devices.
- Epub3 format support
- User-created collections for sorting your books
- Turn pages with a tap or swipe
- Never lose your place in the book
- Landscape or portrait orientation is lockable
- Easy navigation inside the book
- Search for text inside books
- Night-reading mode is easy on the eyes
- Adjust font size with a tap
- Login with your existing eBooks.com account
- Sync your eBooks.com online bookshelf with all your devices
- Online synchronization for bookmarks, highlights, notes and current reading position with all your Android and iOS devices
- 3rd-party (imported) book support
- Free classics at your fingertips immediately
- Shop for ebooks within the app
- Buy New York Times bestsellers as well as technical, professional and academic books
- Online backup - your online ebook library is always accessible, so anytime you get a new PC or phone, your books are ready to download from your eBooks.com bookshelf
Ebook Reader Ranking History | Books & Reference
Ebook Reader daily app ranking in Books & Reference category for the last 30 days.
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Ebook Reader rankings per country in Books & Reference category.
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