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Rate Of Climb Industries,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Weather||3.4||January 17, 2018||4.7|
ASO Score & Checklist
- ● App Name
Your app name is too short.
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Titles weight a lot in the App Store algorithm. Try to add your strongest keywords in your title. This will increase your app discoverability. Use our Keywords Tool to find the best keywords for your app.
- ● App Description
The length of your description looks great.
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You have 1530 characters. Don’t forget to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.
- ● Screenshots
You could add some 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
Great! You have released a new version of your app less than 3 months ago.
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Version 3.4 released on January 17, 2018
* Server-side improvements for even quicker downloads! We love feedback! Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, leave a review or check us out on Facebook: Rate of Climb Industries, or Twitter: @DeepWeatherApp.
Version 3.3.1 released on September 20, 2017
* New feature: Single-Page view. If you don't want to read each section separately, just scroll to the end of the section list and tap the "Single-Page Version" entry to get the entire contents in one page, with the same nice formatting as before! * Improved formatting: Better text flow, fewer paragraph breaks and reduced white space to make your reading experience better. * Added more terms to the pop-up weather glossary. (Pro version) * Updated for iOS11 and iPhone X. * Bug fixes and other improvements. * Thanks for all the great feedback! Contact us at email@example.com with your feature ideas, questions or concerns.
Version 3.3 released on August 15, 2017
New Pro Feature: Favorite Stations! Quickly and easily mark a weather station as a favorite by tapping the heart icon in the top right corner of the summary view. Easily access your favorites by going to the Favorites view (tap the heart icon on the bottom bar). Requires Deep Weather Pro. Upgrade in the settings menu. We appreciate your support!
Version 3.2.1 released on July 27, 2017
- Bug fix: Fixed a rare crash bug Thanks again for all the great support. Leave a review, or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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The deep, detailed meteorological reasoning behind your local weather forecast, straight from the experts at NOAA/NWS. Deep Weather automatically compiles an easy-to-read version of the most recent National Weather Service Forecast Discussion, advisories and warnings for your location. Just launch the app, and it takes care of everything for you. The National Weather Service Forecast Discussions provide detailed information and background about the weather patterns and observations that are part of the most recent forecast model. They represent the "Story behind the weather story," a glimpse behind the scenes of your current forecast, and provide lots of detail not found anywhere else. Use the map view to select any National Weather Service Forecast Office and receive the latest forecast discussion for that area. The discussion is broken up into sections for you, and the text itself formatted in a much more easily read format than the raw original. These discussions are amended and updated several times per day, so you can follow how the weather forecast is changing in real time, as well as gain a deeper understanding of the thought that goes into forming the forecast. Note: The Forecast discussion text from the National Weather Service is often abbreviated, and is usually in all capital letters. While we do what we can to improve the format of the raw text, we don't modify the original text. Once you've followed your local forecasters for a while, their shorthand will become second nature to you.
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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 …