This week’s blog post comes from Maciej from Whalla Labs (@WhallaLabs), mobile development company. Learn everything you need to know about app micro-interactions to increase your app engagement. Are you about to launch a brand new mobile app? Let’s make a quick checklist: great idea? Of course. Perfect information architecture? Checked. Bugs? None. Beautiful design? Yes. App Store Optimization (ASO)? Prepared. Micro-interactions? Wait, what? Micro-interactions are a hot topic lately and you’ve probably heard of …
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Flying Motorbike Stunt Rider
GT Race Games,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Simulation||2||July 10, 2016||4.17|
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Version 2 released on July 10, 2016
Version released on January 01, 1970
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Do you love Motorbike Games? Want to fly your motorbike like an airplane? This Game is perfect for you!
You can test your airplane pilot skills and motorcycle riding ability at the same time.
Ride your motorbike through endless asphalt roads between rocks and mountains, discover new landscapes, Accelerate your bike do stunts and drifts ! burn the asphalt road ! be the fastest motorbike driver!
You are free in a world that you can do what you want!
Flying Motorbike Stunt Rider is made for all fans of flying bike games, Simulation games and Airplane Flight games
Flying Motorcycle Simulator - GAME FEATURES:
✔ Test your Motorcycle riding Skills
✔ Improve Airplane Flight Ability
✔ Stunning HD Graphics
✔ Realistic and dynamic motorcycle physics
✔ Advanced aircraft flight physics
✔ Easy and Free to use
✔ No WiFi? No Problem.
✔ Offline Play
Install now and feel the best motorcycle flight experience!
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This article was generously submitted by Krista McLandress, Marketing Manager at AppsBuilder – a professional, yet easy to use mobile app development platform. In this guest post, Krista tackles a controversial subject and compares app design innovation vs templates and themes usage. If she thinks that hand coded apps will not disappear, she points out how time-consuming it can be to craft an entire new app design. App developers should sometimes focus more on their app business …