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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Doomsday On Demand
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Role playing||1.0.6||January 06, 2017||4.55|
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Version 1.0.6 released on January 06, 2017
• More bugs fixed
• Some sentences restructured
• Gender pronouns typos fixed.
• Typos fixed throughout.
• ivanend patch.
• Maintenance update.
Version 1.0.5 released on June 06, 2016
Version 1.0.4 released on May 23, 2016
Version 1.0.3 released on May 16, 2016
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Survive in the demolished district after the nuclear bombings. Face mutants born of the nuclear radiation, while dealing with what humans are left in the struggle for the hope to end your living nightmare. Decide who you'll trust and overcome the challenges that await you.
"Doomsday on Demand" is an interactive novel by Norbert Mohos. Your choices control the story. It’s entirely text-based–102,000 words, without graphics or sound effects–and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
• Enjoy a 102,000-word novel filled with action, drama, and tough decisions.
• Face deadly enemies, varying from humans to mutants.
• Learn to overcome and adapt to the danger that lurks around every corner.
• Decide who you'll trust. Build and strengthen friendships or make enemies.
• Choose your personality. Let your conscience guide you to goodness or turn evil and look out for only yourself.
Doomsday On Demand Ranking History | Games - Role playing
Doomsday On Demand daily app ranking in Games - Role playing category for the last 30 days.
Doomsday On Demand Worldwide Rankings | Games - Role playing
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Today we’re having the pleasure to read Peter Godtfredsen’s answers on our App Store Optimization (ASO) interview. Peter founded Mobtimizers together with Brian Kjaerulff, another of our ASO experts. Read his app marketing tips below! 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? I’ve always strived for a creative outlet in my work, beginning with music and art and moving onto design and data analysis. Joining forces with my business partner Brian Kjaerulff, …