At its Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple announced a huge update to iTunes Connect. Developers will now be able to get more analytics helping them to manage their apps and marketing campaigns. They will also be able to actually track their app engagement and retention throughout very interesting metrics on which we will focus in this blog article. What’s new? Along with a brand new design, app previews, app bundles and TestFlight beta testing, Apple introduced …
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Version 3.0.4 released on January 17, 2018
Version 3.0.3 released on August 18, 2017
Bugfixes and small improvements.
Version 3.0.2 released on November 03, 2016
Ciao, Italia! With this update, you can use PUMATRAC now also in Italian.
Version 3.0.1 released on September 24, 2016
iOS 10 improvements
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PUMATRAC is a unique training application for the iPhone with a modern, user-friendly design. The app is designed to motivate athletes to get training and discover ways to get the most out of a workout while having fun along the way. With PUMATRAC, you can track more than 30 activities. Run in the rain. Cycle on Mondays. Hit your favorite gym after work. PUMATRAC tracks time, distance, pace and calories burned. The TRAC score measures your overall performance as well as how outside conditions (weather, day of the week, and location) and personal behaviors, like music choices, effect your performance. Check the social activity feed to see how other users are performing in your area. It’s an app that’s always thinking about your next step and challenging you on those days when you need it most. PUMATRAC comes with support for the Apple watch and the Pebble smart watch. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
PUMATRAC Ranking History | Health & Fitness
PUMATRAC daily app ranking in Health & Fitness category for the last 30 days.
PUMATRAC Worldwide Rankings | Health & Fitness
PUMATRAC rankings per country in Health & Fitness category.
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This guest post comes from another content collaboration with Leanplum, mobile marketing platform. If you’re struggling to get more app users, this article is for you. Learn how to boost your app downloads effectively for free with these 5 tactics. Read the entire post on Leanplum’s blog. If you’re reading this post, it probably means that you are about to launch a new mobile app — maybe your first one? It could also mean that …