SEO revolutionized the way companies optimize the visibility of their websites. Fifteen years later, another optimization tool is gaining traction among the apps’ developers community. Creativity is just the first step Having a great idea is just the first step in a long and complicated process. If you wanna be the next Mark Zuckerberg, you should rather think about “marketing”, “advertising” and “optimization”. Totally, there are more than 775.000 apps available on the App Store …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Social Networking||4.10||January 05, 2017||2.05|
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- ● Versions
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 4.10 released on January 05, 2017
It's a new year, so we're giving you a new Yik Yak! This version contains bug fixes and other enhancements.
Version 4.7 released on December 06, 2016
Update time! We’ve squashed some bugs and made a few general improvements to the app. Oh yeah, you can now share GIFs in chat. Happy yakking!
Version 4.6 released on November 14, 2016
Big news! This update brings back user-favorite features. We heard you! Here’s what’s up: 1. Handles are optional again. Post a yak with or without your handle, the choice is yours! 2. The Hot feed returns! Sort your local feed by the newest or top-voted yaks. We’re committed to making sure we’re doing right by you and your herds. That’s why we’re building Yik Yak, to help your communities connect! So please keep sharing your feedback with us. Stay funky. — The Yak
Version 4.5 released on November 07, 2016
Update time! We’ve simplified the onboarding experience and made it even easier to edit your profile. You can also pull-to-refresh the yak detail screen to view the newest replies. Enjoy!
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Yik Yak is a location-based social network that helps you connect with the people right around you. By letting you express yourself, exchange thoughts, and explore your world, Yik Yak helps you feel at home within your local community.
Yik Yak Ranking History | Social Networking
Yik Yak daily app ranking in Social Networking category for the last 30 days.
Yik Yak Worldwide Rankings | Social Networking
Yik Yak rankings per country in Social Networking category.
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App Store Optimization is absolutely essential in any app marketing strategy. It can drastically help apps to stand out from the crowded App Store that today counts more than 1.5 million apps. The principal goal behind ASO is to increase app rankings and organic downloads. ASO is often compared to SEO (Search Engine Optimization), aiming at optimizing website’s visibility in search engines. However, if both of these rely on the same core principle, they do …