This week, we’re having the pleasure to collaborate again with Stefan from Leanplum (mobile marketing platform). In this post, Stefan gives us 4 steps to improve app retention. Discover actionable techniques that will help boosting your app retention rate. Research has repeatedly shown that mobile user retention is a challenge. Many mobile teams pride themselves on their acquisition strategies and “growth hacks,” but the fact remains: for every user who downloads your app, only a …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.60||October 03, 2017||3.81|
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Version 1.60 released on October 03, 2017
• New More Games screen • Minor bug fixes
Version 1.51 released on June 02, 2015
• Significantly increased game speed for hard difficulty level • Fixed issue which was causing the application to crash due to device rotation
Version 1.50 released on May 12, 2015
• Updated for iOS 8 • Minor bug fixes
Version 1.45 released on October 02, 2013
• Updated for iOS 7 • Minor bug fixes
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The classic card game Hearts is now available on your iPhone or iPod Touch. With rich graphics and smooth animations, Hearts Free is the premier Hearts app on the app store - and best of all, it's free. Try to stick your opponents with as many hearts as possible, while simultaneously avoiding hearts yourself. Watch out for the Queen of Spades, she'll ruin your day. Hearts Free features an outstanding artificial intelligence engine. Three different difficulty levels ensure that you can play against a computer opponent that matches your skill level. Hearts Free offers many exciting features, including: * Great graphics and awesome sound effects * Play to 50, 100, or 150 points * Option to count Jack of Diamonds as -10 points * Configurable game speed (slow, medium, or fast) * Automatic save when you get a phone call or exit the app If you've been waiting for a killer Hearts game for your iPhone or iPod Touch, this is it. Download Hearts Free today!
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Have you ever heard of Progressive Web Apps? Discover everything you need to know in this post! The rise of Progressive Web Apps is as inevitable as that of the mobile app a decade ago. Providing benefits to both mobile users and site owners, Ian Naylor, founder and CEO of AppInstitute (DIY App Builder) explains us why Progressive Web Apps are worth investing in now. Progressive Web Apps just work There’s no need to develop …