We’re very excited to introduce our new ASO Interviews series featuring our ASO experts. To kick this off, Gabe from Incipia offers his personal experience in the app’s world and gives out some powerful tips to boost your app’s performance and ROI. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? Incipia is a mobile app development and marketing company with a specialty in stable app development (building apps set to scale, rather than …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Reference||12.0.2||December 11, 2017||3.84|
ASO Score & Checklist
- ● App Name
Your app name is too short.
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Titles weight a lot in the App Store algorithm. Try to add your strongest keywords in your title. This will increase your app discoverability. Use our Keywords Tool to find the best keywords for your app.
- ● App Description
Your app description is way too short.
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You have 317 characters. Don’t forget to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.
- ● Screenshots
You could add some screenshots.
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It is recommended to use all 5 available slots and to use optimized screen dimensions for each device. Make sure to include some text to describe your app on each screenshot. Don’t forget showcase your best features on the first two screenshots as they will be displayed in the Search Results on the App Store.
- ● Versions
Your last version was released more than 3 months ago. Update your app with new features and/or some bug fixing.
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Version 12.0.2 released on December 11, 2017
• Bugfix: Cross references displaying reference only • Bugfix: Whitespace for omitted verses in ESV • Bugfix: Minor UI bugfixes
Version 12.0.1 released on December 07, 2017
• Bugfix: Passage selector chapters/books off screen on iPad • Bugfix: Copy/share not getting text in KJV and ESV • Bugfix: Text color in search with dark background
Version 12 released on December 05, 2017
• Added: iPhone X compatibility • Added: Gesture based, intuitive main menu • Added: ESV Bible • Added: Topical search (Study Tools) • Added: Audio Bible (NET) • Added: Universal colors throughout app • Added: Toggle switch for paragraph spacing • Changed: Moved gestures to own preferences view • Changed: Fullscreen gesture to 2 finger double tap • Changed: Smoother autoscrolling • Changed: Minor UI updates • Bugfix: Color themes not saving • Bugfix: Minor bugfixes
Version 11.3.2 released on November 02, 2017
• Bugfix: Temporarily removed ESV due to Crossway API change • Bugfix: 2 finger swipe gesture on iPad • Bugfix: Minor GUI bugfixes • Changed: Minor UI updates
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This week, we had the pleasure to collaborate with Steve Young, mobile growth hacker and founder of Appmasters.co. His website is dedicated to useful app marketing resources and courses. Discover the first part of our guest post on app keywords. Read the rest of this blog post here. We always say that finding the best keywords for an app is not an easy task. If you’re new to App Store Optimization (ASO), you might be wondering why. Well …