Today we’re having the pleasure to interview Pablo Penny, ASO Manager at Phiture. Learn more about his various app marketing challenges and achievements. Discover his tips to build a successful keyword optimization strategy and increase visibility. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? I am a consultant at Phiture which is a mobile growth consultancy based in Berlin. We help apps grow their user-base through activities related to acquisition, engagement & retention …
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- ● App Name
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- ● App Description
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- ● Versions
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Version 3.3.1 released on February 11, 2018
— Added Spanish, French, Italian and German languages. — Your app profile, settings, addresses, stats and trip history are now synced and available across all your devices. — Speed limits are now available. Also, you can manually set speed tolerance level. — You can now view your trip history in your profile. — Fuel consumption calculation has been added. Also, you can manually set fuel cost and consumption in the app settings. — Your eco driving is now scored, so that you can check your driving behavior afteryou finish the ride. — You can now clear your address search history. — Twitter login bug has been fixed.
Version 3.3 released on January 17, 2018
— Your app profile, settings, addresses, stats and trip history are now synced and available across all your devices. — Speed limits are now available. Also, you can manually set speed tolerance level. — You can now view your trip history in your profile. — Fuel consumption calculation has been added. Also, you can manually set fuel cost and consumption in the app settings. — Your eco driving is now scored, so that you can check your driving behavior afteryou finish the ride. — You can now clear your address search history. — Twitter login bug has been fixed.
Version 3.2 released on December 13, 2017
— The whole app now works in both portrait and landscape mode; — You can now search for airports, cafes, gas stations, and other POIs; — Multiple via points are now available when you're creating the route; — Finally, you can now save addresses to Favorites.
Version 3.1 released on November 12, 2017
— You can now log in and view your profile info, as well as your driving statistics and the miles traveled — You can now launch Free Drive mode right away on the main screen, without creating a route — iOS 11 support has been updated, and iPhone X is now supported
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This week’s guest post goes to Whalla Labs, mobile app development company. At WWDC16, Apple introduced the arrival of Search Ads, which will be displayed in the App Store search results. But how and when will these ads appear? How will they affect App Store Optimization (ASO) and app discoverability? Everything you need to know below. Read the entire post on Whalla Labs blog. App Store discoverability: looking for a needle in a haystack App …