This week, we’re interviewing Nathan Vander Heyden, founder of TranslateLab (app localization agency). Discover the atypical background of Nathan, who started as a freelance translator and ended up founding his own company to help indie developers localize their App Store Optimization (ASO) globally. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company. How long have you been involved in ASO or app marketing? I started working as a freelance translator, mainly in the automotive …
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- ● App Name
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- ● Versions
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Version 2.9 released on January 06, 2018
Fixes issue with iPhone X Notch obscuring some EPUB content.
Version 2.8 released on November 27, 2017
Fixes to Dropbox integration.
Version 2.7 released on October 16, 2017
Updates and fixes for iOS 11
Version 2.6 released on May 15, 2017
Adds PDF Drawing Tool Fixes Special Char Bug for iOS 10.3.1
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This new guest post is brought to us by Kanika Upadhyay, Head of Ad Quality at Bidstalk (now part of AppLift). In this post, Kanika describes 3 AdTech misadventures that she has experienced and shares their learnings. Over my 6 years in adtech, I have come across various functions and operations which always bask in the glory of how their product and engineering life cycles have evolved. I have met various vendors, all of them …