In this guest post, Dom Bracher, co-founder at Tapdaq, shares his expertise with us and describes the 3 most important metrics in mobile marketing. If you’re new to mobile analytics, this article will certainly help you getting started! In the world of mobile analytics there are now a vast number of metrics which you need to be tracking in order to determine the overall health of your application. In fact, one of the biggest challenges …
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Match the Dots by IceMochi
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.1.92||July 18, 2016||4.0|
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Version 1.1.92 released on July 18, 2016
- Bug fixes - Performance improvements
Version 1.1.91 released on June 27, 2016
- Were your Dots a little too shapely? Sorry - Color Blind Mode was on by default and we have fixed that now. - Performance Updates and POPtimizations!
Version 1.1.9 released on June 20, 2016
- Performance Updates and Optimizations
Version 1.1.7 released on October 10, 2014
- Bug fixes
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This is some great news for iOS developers. The approval of their apps will now be shortened to about 24 hours only. It will certainly encourage them to make more frequent app updates and therefore, improve the quality of their apps. Apple intensifies the competition with Android Who has never complain about Apple’s review process length? Submitting an app to the App Store has always been seen as painful by app developers, excited to finally …