This article was generously submitted by Krista McLandress, Marketing Manager at AppsBuilder – a professional, yet easy to use mobile app development platform. In this guest post, Krista tackles a controversial subject and compares app design innovation vs templates and themes usage. If she thinks that hand coded apps will not disappear, she points out how time-consuming it can be to craft an entire new app design. App developers should sometimes focus more on their app business …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.0.0||May 01, 2016||4.53|
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Version 1.0.0 released on May 01, 2016
Version 1.0.1 released on May 06, 2016
- Fix bugs
Version 1.0.2 released on May 13, 2016
- fix bug show continuous ads
Version 1.0.3 released on June 10, 2016
+ Update new gameplay + Fix minor buges
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This is an alternative client for #1 smash hit worm Game. You can play realtime-online with millions people playing over the world [How to play] - Eat little dots and agar - Avoid bigger worms - Try to slither around enemies and become the biggest worm possible Have fun! Play against other people online! Can you become the biggest worm Watch out - if your head touches another worm, you will be explode and then it's game over. But if you get other worms to run into YOU, the THEY will explode and you can eat their remains :) Unlike other games, you have a fighting chance even if you're tiny! If you're a nimble navigator, you can swerve in front of a much larger snake to defeat them - no matter what size you are! The biggest worm of the day gets to set a victory message that the ENTIRE WORLD will see!
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Today we’re having the pleasure to read Peter Godtfredsen’s answers on our App Store Optimization (ASO) interview. Peter founded Mobtimizers together with Brian Kjaerulff, another of our ASO experts. Read his app marketing tips below! 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? I’ve always strived for a creative outlet in my work, beginning with music and art and moving onto design and data analysis. Joining forces with my business partner Brian Kjaerulff, …