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Version 2.1 released on May 04, 2016
Update to Store Listing. Minor bug fixes to magazine pages based on user reports.
Version 2.0 released on February 16, 2016
Bug fixes based on error reports and user feedback. Addition of restore subscription feature in App Info section
Version 1.3.0 released on December 14, 2015
Bug fix for some users not being able to Archive past issues
Version 1.2.0 released on October 07, 2015
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This week, we had the privilege to collaborate with Tapdaq, the famous mobile advertising platform. We proudly contributed to their blog with a new guest post on App Store Optimization. Are you struggling with your copywriting? Follow our 4 tips to come up with a great app description and increase your organic downloads. Read the rest of this article on Tapdaq blog. App Store Optimisation (ASO), or “Mobile SEO”, is getting increasingly popular as the number of available …