Once again, we’re having the pleasure to collaborate with AppLift - mobile app marketing platform. This guest post reviews the four most important things to do before your app launch. A great pre-launch strategy can help growing your user base before the app is even on the store yet. Read the rest of this post on AppLift blog. As an app developer or marketer, do you know how important it is to have strong app launch strategy? …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.60||September 04, 2017||4.22|
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Version 1.60 released on September 04, 2017
• Updated to ensure 64-bit compatibility • Revised app design • New app icon
Version 1.55 released on September 27, 2012
* Fixed issue which was causing back and new buttons not to function properly on iOS 6
Version 1.50 released on February 04, 2012
* Minor bug fixes * Reduced binary size
Version 1.41 released on December 21, 2010
* Minor bug fixes * Updated More Games to include Sudoku and Move it!
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Put away your pencil and paper, now you can play the classic Dot Game right on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Dots Free is the highest quality Dots and Boxes game available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and we're giving it away for free. Dots and Boxes is a very simple game. Two players take turns drawing lines between dots on the game board. When a player draws a line that completes a box, the player "owns" that box. Whoever owns more boxes when the game board is full is the winner. Dots Free supports one player and two player gameplay, so you can play against another human or against your iPhone. If you're really bored, you can even put the game in demo mode and watch your iPhone play itself. Dots Free offers a host of exciting features, including: * Killer graphics and awesome sound effects * Configurable player names and score tracking * Configurable 1 player difficulty level * Undo function * Automatic save when you exit the app or receive a phone call Dots Free is supported by unobtrusive banner advertising.
Dots Free Ranking History | Games
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In this guest post, Thomas Sommer, head of content marketing at AppLift, outlines the importance of customer lifetime value (LTV) in app marketing. A great read for any app advertisers seeking to optimize their mobile campaigns. Although the concept of customer lifetime value (LTV) for mobile users has gained a lot of attention in the past couple of years, there is still a lot of confusion and misunderstandings around both LTV's definition and how it should be used for …