We had the pleasure to collaborate again Andrew Hubbard, founder of App Publishers Paradise: useful mobile app marketing resource. Our guest post outlines 3 new iOS9 key features that were introduced during the WWDC15 keynote. Every app developer or marketer should take these into account in their app marketing strategy. Here’s a sneak peek of our article. Read the rest of this article on App Publishers Paradise blog. The annual Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote was held this …
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Version 11.1 released on December 14, 2017
Among other improvements and bug fixes, we've added additional time horizons to our Market Data quote pages.
Version 11.0.1 released on November 01, 2017
We've made a minor bug fix to address app stability. Welcome to WSJ 11. We've made a host of updates, continuing our efforts to bring you our world-class journalism in the highest-quality app experience. WSJ 11 includes the following new features, as well as a number of design refinements and bug fixes guided by user feedback. We hope you will enjoy: MyWSJ: We've updated the 'Saved' section to include articles personally recommended for you. This section is now called MyWSJ. Market Data Center + Watchlist: We've added a real-time overview of markets, accessible through the tab bar at the bottom of your screen. You also can create a watchlist in the Market Data Center to follow the companies and indexes you care about. Article Updates: We've added a toolbar to the bottom of all article pages to make it easier to save and share, and to resize text on the fly. Enhanced Search: In addition to articles, you can now search for companies and quotes (and add them to your Watchlist). You can also now find articles by searching for headlines as they appeared in the print newspaper. We welcome any feedback on the new features and what you'd like to see in the future. More enhancements are on the way.
Version 11.0 released on October 30, 2017
Welcome to WSJ 11. We've made a host of updates, continuing our efforts to bring you our world-class journalism in the highest-quality app experience. WSJ 11 includes the following new features, as well as a number of design refinements and bug fixes guided by user feedback. We hope you will enjoy: MyWSJ: We've updated the 'Saved' section to include articles personally recommended for you. This section is now called MyWSJ. Market Data Center + Watchlist: We've added a real-time overview of markets, accessible through the tab bar at the bottom of your screen. You also can create a watchlist in the Market Data Center to follow the companies and indexes you care about. Article Updates: We've added a toolbar to the bottom of all article pages to make it easier to save and share, and to resize text on the fly. Enhanced Search: In addition to articles, you can now search for companies and quotes (and add them to your Watchlist). You can also now find articles by searching for headlines as they appeared in the print newspaper. We welcome any feedback on the new features and what you'd like to see in the future. More enhancements are on the way.
Version 10.0.1 released on September 24, 2017
We’ve fixed minor bugs and made updates in support of iOS 11. In version 10.0, we’ve created two new storytelling experiences for you in Augmented Reality. We do hope you enjoy: Market Data AR Experience: Watch the daily drama of the U.S. stock market. Viewers can project a holographic 3D view of the live U.S. stock market onto the real world, offering a groundbreaking way to see how the daily drama of the U.S. stock market is unfolding. Users can place the hologram on a table or floor, and explore the rising and falling sectors of the U.S. stock market with their camera. Cassini Last Dance With Saturn: Embark on a journey to space with Cassini. Viewers can visit outer space with a 3D, 360-degree view of Saturn and its moons. To coincide with the Sept. 15 crash of the Cassini spacecraft into Saturn, users can walk up to the rings, zoom into moons and pan and tilt around them, while being guided by our science team.
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