The app title is one of the most basic factors that can be improved in ASO (App Store Optimization or Mobile SEO). Indeed, it has a huge weight in the App Store algorithm. Naming your app is therefore very challenging and must be the result of a complete study. This blog post will give you our 5 tips to create or improve your app title. (picture taken from AppTweak ASO Report for Toilet Time) Why …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Board||2.241||October 05, 2017||4.39|
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- ● App Name
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- ● App Description
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- ● Versions
Your last version was released more than 3 months ago. Update your app with new features and/or some bug fixing.
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Version 2.241 released on October 05, 2017
2.241: Ad stability improvements
Version 2.24 released on November 23, 2016
- Ad stability improvements
- Fixes rare issue where rounds won recorded in the stats can become out of sync
Version 2.231 released on July 29, 2016
Version 2.23 released on April 01, 2016
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Backgammon Free is the best free Backgammon game on Android!
Backgammon is a game of skill and strategy; one of the world's classic parlour board games, played for recreation and gambling. Like Mahjong, Backgammon is played in social groups in coffee houses and bars. Historically, variants of this game are believed to have originated in Egypt over 3000 years ago, from where it was adopted by the Romans and then later travelled to India. It also spread to East Asia, but was largely replaced by Xiangqi (Chinese chess). It is now very popular in the West.
-- Strong Backgammon AI
-- 5 Difficulty levels
-- Full match play + Doubling Cube & Crawford rule options
-- 4 Boards and Piece Sets
-- Single Player vs Computer or local 2 Player
-- Hint & Stats
-- Random Dice generator or Manual Dice input
-- Designed for both Tablet and Phone
This free version is supported by 3rd party ads. Ads may use internet connectivity, and therefore subsequent data charges may apply. The photos/media/files permission is required to allow the game to save game data to external storage, and is sometimes used to cache ads.
*Does it cheat? See "CPU Strategy" page + Manual Dice option (use real-world dice) to prove to yourself that it doesn't*
Backgammon Free Ranking History | Games - Board
Backgammon Free daily app ranking in Games - Board category for the last 30 days.
Backgammon Free Worldwide Rankings | Games - Board
Backgammon Free rankings per country in Games - Board category.
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This week, we’re having the pleasure to collaborate again with Stefan from Leanplum (mobile marketing platform). In this post, Stefan gives us 4 steps to improve app retention. Discover actionable techniques that will help boosting your app retention rate. Research has repeatedly shown that mobile user retention is a challenge. Many mobile teams pride themselves on their acquisition strategies and “growth hacks,” but the fact remains: for every user who downloads your app, only a …