Today’s guest post is a little special. It is brought to us by Maximilian Lehmann, App Store Optimization expert at ASO-Perform-Apps (German ASO consulting company). In his post, Maximilian offers us the results of 5 very interesting ASO keywords experimentations he made on the App Store. His objective was to try understanding the recent Apple App Store algorithm changes. Find out his 5 insightful discoveries right away. The Apple App Store, a complex and ever-growing …
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(CFSAC)Compass, Flashlight, Speedometer, Altimeter
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- ● App Name
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- ● App Description
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It's only 871 characters. We strongly recommend writing at least 1.000 characters. Use content that makes your app unique (features description, characteristics, how to use your app, ...). Your description needs to convince people to download your app. Also, be sure to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.
- ● Screenshots
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It is recommended to use all 5 available slots and to use optimized screen dimensions for each device. Make sure to include some text to describe your app on each screenshot. Don’t forget showcase your best features on the first two screenshots as they will be displayed in the Search Results on the App Store.
- ● Versions
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Version 4.9.2 released on October 02, 2017
Version 4.9 released on August 14, 2017
Version 4.8 released on October 04, 2016
added Remove Ads functionality
Version 4.7 released on September 06, 2016
bug fixes (weather)
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Optimized for iPhone 5,5S , iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus. iPhone 6S .6S Plus iPhone SE iPhone 7. 7+ CFSAC is designed specifically for travelers. Fast and easy With the most elegant design and the fastest startup, application includes gps compass, speedometer, altimetr,Course Flashlight, Strobe mode with the controller. 1. Brightest Flashlight -- Switch On/Off button -- Strobe mode with controller. 2. Compass -- Shows device real-time orientation to magnetic fields. -- Ability to switch between true and magnetic North. 3. Location -- Location coordinates (longitude, latitude). -- Course -- Speed -- Altitude -- Ability to switch between mph, feet units and kmh, meter units. ***PLEASE NOTE*** Compass DOES NOT WORK WITH IPOD TOUCH, IPHONE 3G, ONLY WITH IPHONE 3GS, IPHONE 4G AND IPAD, IPAD2 DEVICES. THERE IS NO BUILT-IN MAGNETOMETER IN IPOD TOUCH, IPHONE 3G.
(CFSAC)Compass, Flashlight, Speedometer, Altimeter Ranking History | Navigation
(CFSAC)Compass, Flashlight, Speedometer, Altimeter daily app ranking in Navigation category for the last 30 days.
(CFSAC)Compass, Flashlight, Speedometer, Altimeter Worldwide Rankings | Navigation
(CFSAC)Compass, Flashlight, Speedometer, Altimeter rankings per country in Navigation category.
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On September the 1st, Apple officially announced some major changes regarding the App Store. App names will now have a limit of 50 characters. Plus, obsolete and abandoned apps will be removed starting September 7, 2016. More info below. Apple continues improving the App Store discoverability Apple app discovery has always been controversial. With over 2 million of apps in the App Store, both app developers and app users’ experiences are often affected. Indeed, app …