This week we’re welcoming a guest post from Gabe (Incipia), one of our first ASO experts. In this article, Gabe breaks down his daily ASO routine into 7 steps. From researching to monitoring, learn from his experience and discover how your can maximize your App Store Optimization journey effectively. While this is especially helpful for ASO newbies, even people who aren’t new to managing ASO may ask this question, in order to make sure they …
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Deer Calls Pro
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Sports||2.0||August 15, 2013||4.18|
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Version 2.0 released on August 15, 2013
Added a snort wheeze call due to popular demand.
Version 1.2 released on November 06, 2012
Updated graphics and pickerwheel to make the app easier to use.
Version 1.1 released on October 05, 2012
Added new graphics and "Rate This App" option.
Version 1.0 released on September 14, 2012
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Deer Calls Pro is the best and most effective deer calling app available. Use the app to teach yourself how to call like the pros, or use the app to call in deer for you (where legal). Deer Calls Pro plays all of the most common deer calls. Other deer call apps use sound bites that are in use all over the internet. Deer Calls Pro uses custom recorded audio for the best sound available. In addition to the call sound, you'll also receive a description of each call which explains when and why deer use it. With 11 of the most popular deer calls, you'll have everything you need to teach yourself how to call deer like the experts. Deer Calls Pro also allows you to plug in to external speakers or headphones for amplification. Get ready for hunting season now...check out Deer Calls Pro now and get ready to be a true deer talker!
Deer Calls Pro Ranking History | Sports
Deer Calls Pro daily app ranking in Sports category for the last 30 days.
Deer Calls Pro Worldwide Rankings | Sports
Deer Calls Pro rankings per country in Sports category.
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