This is a very interesting guest post coming from Kate Abrosimova, Content Marketing Director at Yalantis (mobile application development company). This article goes through mobile app branding and talks about three fundamental things that mobile app owners need to define about their brands: brand personality, brand visual identity, and brand relationships. Learn how to do so below. Identify your brand Your brand is defined by the experience that customers have when they interact with your …
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tv show tracker 3
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||News||3.7||November 13, 2017||4.61|
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Version 3.7 released on November 13, 2017
- Support for beautiful iPhone X - Fix for Apple Watch app long-awaited blank schedule screen bug ;)
Version 3.6.10 released on September 19, 2017
Improve compatibility with iOS 11.
Version 3.6.9 released on September 28, 2016
Fixed widget for iOS 9 users.
Version 3.6.8 released on September 23, 2016
Updated for iOS 10. The widget now looks perfect on iOS 10 style Notification Center.
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Track your favorite TV Shows with a simple and elegant app featuring: - iCloud sync between your different devices (iPhone and iPad app) - A Today widget to see what's coming Today and Tomorrow at a glance - Notifications when a new episode is about to air - A Watch app to have your next episode to watch REALLY at a glance And even more: - Browse all the episodes ever announced for each of your favorite TV Shows. - Get a quick overview of all the upcoming episodes and those you didn't watch yet for all of your shows. - Display as application badge count the number of episodes you didn't watch yet ( count live updated as soon as new episodes air). - Get the synopsis, a screen capture and a video preview for each episode. - Mark the episodes you've already seen to remember exactly what you have to watch next. - Rate then share on Twitter what you've watched - Macstories.net "TV Show Tracker definitely belongs on anyone’s home-screen if they care about knowing when their favorite shows are going to air." - AppAdvice.com "I feel that this app is great for anyone that likes to keep on top of their favorite TV shows. Never miss an episode again!" Follow @tvshowtracker on Twitter to get news, sneak peeks, enter give-aways and get support about TV Show tracker and other upcoming releases of Pixel-Perfect Widgets. IMPORTANT: Please contact me at email@example.com if you have any issues with the app and we'll be able to solve it together. Leaving a bad review about a bug doesn't help us to fix it at all... Thank you!
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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 …