When it comes to app development, you’ll find that there is a whole load of hoops to jump through before any project really gets off the ground. It’s a process of multiple parts, with each one more or less as valuable as the last and knowing exactly how to do them all properly and thoroughly … Continue reading “How To Write An Interesting Dev Story”
How to Increase Your App Engagement These days, it seems that nearly everyone has a great app idea. The problem is that many of these apps never manage to get off the ground, even if they’ve been fully developed. Why is that, exactly? The real answer is that no one ever sees the app, so … Continue reading “How to engage your users”
At Messapps we highly believe in education. We want our clients to not only have the best product on the market. We want our clients to be the best appreneurs too. And if you don’t constantly learn and grow you’ll never be the best. So in this article, we’ve combined some of the resources that … Continue reading “Top App Blogs”
To make a positive first impression it is important to present yourself as best you can. Whether it be wearing smart clothes, submitting a great resume or even smiling to catch someone’s attention. For mobile apps: the app store is your stage and your app profile and screenshots are your outfit or resume. It is … Continue reading “App Store Optimization Tips”
Half of all installers gauge whether they’ll install your app within the first 5 seconds of browsing you app’s page. If you’re confident in your app’s abilities, then why not sample it through a video!
Facebook offers all appreneurs the opportunity to utilize its limitless platform for user acquisition. Whether your budget is impressive or mediocre is of no concern to Facebook-all that’s required is a valid credit card account and an accessible Facebook profile.
Despite how essential analytics is to tracking an app’s success, the App Analytics service being offered for free by Apple is too often neglected by the majority of aspiring apprenuers.
Two-thirds of iOS apps have yet to be reviewed: if the majority of developers cannot compel a single user to write a review, then perhaps developers don’t know their audience as well as they think they do.
There are hundreds of thousands of apps out there. Having an amazing app is no longer enough. Only those that can evoke the most attention will have a chance at scaling the charts.
Both Apple and Google trust that the amount of time users spend inside an app is indicative of its overall quality, and rank them accordingly.