Over the last few years, the AppStore algorithm has been updated a few times without achieving Apple’s goals to ban cheaters and robotic downloads. This summer, Apple finally introduced a new algorithm, entirely redesigned to push forward newer apps with better reviews and reputation… Reputation comes first Until now, download volumes and velocity were the two most important factors for rankings on the App Store. Though, Apple recently changed the App Store algorithms to push …
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|Apple||Food and Drink||0.8.3||June 23, 2017||3.5|
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Version 0.8 released on December 15, 2016
- Choice of multiple dietary restrictions under Preferences in the "For You" section - Added health app button in the nutrients tab of a lunchbox - Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Version 0.8.1 released on December 22, 2016
- Choice of multiple dietary restrictions under Preferences in the "For You" section - Added health app button in the nutrients tab of a lunchbox - Minor bug fixes and performance improvements - Updated screenshots
Version 0.8.2 released on January 24, 2017
Fixes a bug that was crashing the app in some versions of IOS9
Version 0.8.3 released on June 23, 2017
Performance improvements and new recipes added
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Prepd makes it simple to prep your lunches for the week ahead. We partnered with professional chefs and nutritionists to a library of recipes tailored to fit a broad range of diets, appetites, and health goals. The app is designed to work perfectly with the Prepd Pack: our premium lunchbox. All available recipes are designed to fill the modular containers of the Prepd Pack, perfectly — making meal prepping less complicated, and, by eliminating unwanted food waste, more efficient. But of course, you don't need to have the Prepd Pack to use the app. Find calorie counting difficult? Relax — the Prepd app does all the math for you. By filling your Prepd Pack (and tummy) with our mouthwatering recipes, you’ll gain instant access to precise and in-depth nutritional information. All collected data is stored within the app and can be synchronized with Apple's Health App, giving you meaningful on-demand feedback about your diet.
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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 …