We had the pleasure to collaborate again Andrew Hubbard, founder of App Publishers Paradise: useful mobile app marketing resource. Our guest post outlines 3 new iOS9 key features that were introduced during the WWDC15 keynote. Every app developer or marketer should take these into account in their app marketing strategy. Here’s a sneak peek of our article. Read the rest of this article on App Publishers Paradise blog. The annual Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote was held this …
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Version v1.3 released on December 20, 2017
- Portuguese and Japanese versions added - Access to all Celebrities is now free - Favorites have been updated - Minor bug fixes
Version v1.2 released on October 27, 2016
- New! With KarmaWeather iMessage face filters, customize your selfies with your own Chinese zodiac animal mask - Minor bug fixes
Version v1.1.0 released on July 29, 2016
- New feature (Match) : easily create and edit new Friends profiles - Minor bug fixes
Version v1.0.5 released on April 06, 2016
- Detailed information about the 12 Chinese zodiac signs and the 5 elements of Chinese astrology - Minor bug fixes
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KarmaWeather is a unique love compatibility calculator. Test your friendship, love and marriage compatibility between Chinese zodiac signs by date of birth. The Chinese horoscope calculations of our true love calculator are based on traditional Chinese astrology, Wu Xing numerology and Feng Shui. Everyday, discover your daily, tomorrow and weekly astrological forecast and your Chinese zodiac compatibility horoscope with your lover, family, friends, colleagues and hundreds of celebrities. The 12 Chinese zodiac animals are: Rat, Ox (Buffalo), Tiger, Rabbit (Hare, Cat), Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat (Sheep), Monkey, Rooster (Chicken), Dog and Pig (Boar). The 5 elements of Chinese astrology are: Fire, Earth, Water, Metal and Wood.
KarmaWeather Ranking History | Lifestyle
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KarmaWeather Worldwide Rankings | Lifestyle
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Let’s continue this “Ultimate Guide” series! This week’s guest post was written for Erminesoft, mobile app development company. Learn everything you need to know on mobile app reviews thanks to this complete guide on the latest best practices. Let’s go for the five stars, shall we? Read the entire post on Erminesoft’s blog. Long gone are the days when App Stores were the place where a couple of tech geeks would fish for the newest …