This week, we’re interviewing Nathan Vander Heyden, founder of TranslateLab (app localization agency). Discover the atypical background of Nathan, who started as a freelance translator and ended up founding his own company to help indie developers localize their App Store Optimization (ASO) globally. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company. How long have you been involved in ASO or app marketing? I started working as a freelance translator, mainly in the automotive …
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Version 1.9 released on February 25, 2016
Emergency telephone numbers updated for Australia & New Zealand.
Version 1.8 released on December 09, 2015
Version 1.7 released on September 02, 2015
• Enhanced administrative tools for authorized agency personnel • Added regional support for metric distances • Stability improvements and bug fixes
Version 1.5 released on June 25, 2015
• Added administrative tools for authorized agency personnel • Stability improvements and bug fixes
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PulsePoint AED daily app ranking in Medical category for the last 30 days.
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PulsePoint AED rankings per country in Medical category.
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Have you ever heard of Progressive Web Apps? Discover everything you need to know in this post! The rise of Progressive Web Apps is as inevitable as that of the mobile app a decade ago. Providing benefits to both mobile users and site owners, Ian Naylor, founder and CEO of AppInstitute (DIY App Builder) explains us why Progressive Web Apps are worth investing in now. Progressive Web Apps just work There’s no need to develop …