iOS 11 was launched last September and it came along with lots of changes! Two major metadata fields were introduced: the Subtitle and the Promotional text. Five months later, we dug into our data and did some interesting discoveries! Guess how many apps are actually using these fields? Which category shows the highest number of updates? And the lowest? Discover all answers in our beautiful infographic below! New Keyword Fields To Enhance App Discovery Both …
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NEJM This Week
The New England Journal of Medicine,
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- ● App Name
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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
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You have 1147 characters. Don’t forget to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.
- ● 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 1.7 released on December 03, 2015
Version 1.6 released on July 01, 2013
• Publication issue date is now visible on Table of Contents screen • Updated backend with maintenance kit • Bug and display fixes
Version 1.3 released on May 16, 2012
Articles and images bug fixes for iOS 5.x Services upgrade to accommodate new content feeds
Version 1.0 released on May 26, 2010
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The latest medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice, from the most trusted name in medicine - The New England Journal of Medicine. For a limited time, this free app for iPhone and iPod Touch intended for medical professionals includes free access to: - Recent articles – published online in the last 7 days, including research, reviews, commentary, and case materials. - Images – classic images of medical conditions from Images in Clinical Medicine. - Audio – Weekly audio summaries and a selection of four full-text audio reads of Clinical Practice articles, streamed directly to your iPhone or iPod Touch (internet connection required). - Video – A selection of four procedure videos from Videos in Clinical Medicine, streamed directly to your iPhone or iPod Touch (internet connection required). The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM.org) is the world’s leading medical journal and website. NEJM publishes peer-reviewed research and interactive clinical content for physicians, educators and the global medical community.
NEJM This Week Ranking History | Medical
NEJM This Week daily app ranking in Medical category for the last 30 days.
NEJM This Week Worldwide Rankings | Medical
NEJM This Week rankings per country in Medical category.
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Did you ever wonder why do people actually download your app? A recent study from Forrester Research provides the key elements to understand how the apps gain traction on the Store. What makes an app stand out in the crowd? A recent study (Q4 2012) conducted by Forrester Research revealed the two main reasons why people actually download an app. Despite what most of the people think, the media do not play such a big …