We’re very excited to introduce our new ASO Interviews series featuring our ASO experts. To kick this off, Gabe from Incipia offers his personal experience in the app’s world and gives out some powerful tips to boost your app’s performance and ROI. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? Incipia is a mobile app development and marketing company with a specialty in stable app development (building apps set to scale, rather than …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Auto & Vehicles||1.3.1||September 26, 2016||5.0|
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Version 1.3.1 released on September 26, 2016
Fixed bug when using imperial units
Fixed problem with text and values when switching between landscape- and portrait-mode
Added calculation-mode setting
Let's you either calculate your maximum average or what your required charge will be!
Version 1.2 released on December 08, 2015
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The app helps you when want to know how much you need to charge to reach the next charger.
Before your first usage of the app it is VERY important that you go into Settings and set the proper settings for your car. You need to set what unit to use (metric (km) or imperial (miles)) and what your car's typical calculation value is.
So when supercharging, you can enter the distance to the next supercharger and then your battery charge (typical range) and find out what consumption you can average on the way to your destination. That way it is very easy to see how much typical range you need!
Note: This is not an official app by Tesla Motors, the app is not affiliated with Tesla Motors in any way. Tesla holds the copyright to everything related to the Model S and the superchargers.
Public domain free icon created by paomedia.
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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 …