This new guest post is brought to us by Kanika Upadhyay, Head of Ad Quality at Bidstalk (now part of AppLift). In this post, Kanika describes 3 AdTech misadventures that she has experienced and shares their learnings. Over my 6 years in adtech, I have come across various functions and operations which always bask in the glory of how their product and engineering life cycles have evolved. I have met various vendors, all of them …
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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 1.13 released on September 05, 2017
Version 1.12 released on July 25, 2017
Version 1.11 released on April 23, 2017
Version 1.10 released on March 24, 2017
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Why This App? Our Journey to Justice... Presently, there is no national database to identify abusive officers or to collect information about police misconduct. Our investigations also demonstrate that citizens are frequently denied the opportunity to report complaints. These factors were the impetus for the creation of both the Policeabuse.com website (1994) and the newly developed Policeabuse.com app (2016). Policeabuse.com app designers have created a system that will seamlessly deliver complaints of police misconduct to the appropriate authorities. The Policeabuse.com app allows the user to report police misconduct directly to the Dept. of Justice. In emergency mode the app instantly records up to 4 minutes of video and uploads the data to a secure server. Text and email alerts are sent to the user’s friends and family with the user’s location mapped. Video sent to the Policeabuse.com server is safe and cannot be taken or destroyed by the police even if the user’s phone is confiscated. The app also features: Free Complaint Reporting One Click Emergency Video Upload Transmits GPS Location Map to family Allows Users to File a Video Victim Impact Statement Information Can Be Made Private upon Request Evidence/Document upload
PoliceAbuse.com Ranking History | Social Networking
PoliceAbuse.com daily app ranking in Social Networking category for the last 30 days.
PoliceAbuse.com Worldwide Rankings | Social Networking
PoliceAbuse.com rankings per country in Social Networking category.
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Testing your app before you launch is more than advised; it’s inevitable if you want your app to succeed and avoid bad surprises. There are multiple ways of evaluating your app’s efficiency. In this post we will give you various options that hopefully will guide you in your app pre-launch phase. Preliminary Testing with iOS Simulator If you’re an app developer, you probably already know the iOS Simulator, installed as part of the Xcode tools …