How to Optimize, Market & Monetize Your App For iOS 6
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Before iOS 6, searching for apps was quite easy; you would type in a word or phrase and a list of different apps would pop up. Well, things have changed with Apple’s new mobile operating system. One of its biggest changes was the App Store and it will change the way apps are searched.
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Some new features of the new App Store are:
- New apps are highlighted and featured
- App of the week and Editor’s choice apps
- New and Noteworthy app section
- App Store Collections and What’s Hot
- Apps are displayed in an information card with a screenshot
When most people discovered the new App Store, they were a little confused to the cosmetic change. But, it wasn’t to make app searching more difficult. Apple’s intentions are good for both the consumer and the developer. The new App Store allows users to find the apps they’re looking for more accurately, and much easier than the old way.
Our Free Guide offers many developer tips such as:
- How to attract users to your app
- How to adjust the keywords and choosing them wisely
- Why the app's icon is extremely important
- Maximizing the app's description
- How to get positive feedback from your users
Apps now need to be optimized correctly by the developer to ensure the app is featured because the search results are not showing as many apps as before. Don't miss out on a great opportunity to optimize, market, and monetize your app with our Free Guide!
Gregg Weiss is the CEO and Founder of Blue Whale Apps. He spends most of his time helping clients with their mobile strategy. He works with businesses and entrepreneurs seeking a stellar iOS or Android app development partner. He also blogs regularly here at Blue Whale Apps, where you can get a peek inside the mind of an app developer. Gregg wants to hear your thoughts, comments, and struggles related to your experiences with apps and mobile app development. You can also connect with Blue Whale Apps on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube.