This week’s blog post comes from Maciej from Whalla Labs (@WhallaLabs), mobile development company. Learn everything you need to know about app micro-interactions to increase your app engagement. Are you about to launch a brand new mobile app? Let’s make a quick checklist: great idea? Of course. Perfect information architecture? Checked. Bugs? None. Beautiful design? Yes. App Store Optimization (ASO)? Prepared. Micro-interactions? Wait, what? Micro-interactions are a hot topic lately and you’ve probably heard of …
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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 seems to be too short.
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It's only 791 characters. We strongly recommend writing at least 1.000 characters. Use content that makes your app unique (features description, characteristics, how to use your app, ...). Your description needs to convince people to download your app. Also, be sure 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 2.4.1 released on March 03, 2015
- Barometric Pressure is now based on built-in sensor of iPhone 6/6+ for more accuracy. - Fixed a minor bug in accessing location service.
Version 2.4.3 released on July 07, 2015
- Apple Watch is now supported
Version 2.4.6 released on January 07, 2016
- Added ability to save altitude and have a list of all saved locations across all devices that connected to iCloud - Support of iPad Pro screen and snap in
Version 2.3 released on January 24, 2015
- Added an option in settings menu to switch between Metric and Imperial, you can also do the switch by tapping on elevation.
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My Altitude uses GPS signals to determine your current location, altitude (height from sea level) barometric pressure and water boiling point. This application does not need an internet connection and works best in outdoors. By default, it uses device sensor to determine the altitude, but you also have the option to use NOAA data files to get the altitude of your location. On newer devices, using device sensor is more accurate. It also allows you to get a picture of where you are and save it in photo album. Picture will be sealed with coordinates of current location along with altitude and local date/time. Barometric Pressure is calculated based on elevation. On newer devices such as iPhone 6/6+ value is being delivered directly from device built-in barometric sensor. Enjoy.
My Altitude Ranking History | Navigation
My Altitude daily app ranking in Navigation category for the last 30 days.
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My Altitude rankings per country in Navigation category.
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