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7 Things You Used to Do on The Web That You Now Do on Mobile Apps

When it comes to apps, here’s what developers and creators tend to forget: apps exist to make completion of a task easier. While there are many ways to utilize an app to drive revenue for your business, or to gain new prospects, the most effective apps are those that streamline and make better a completion process.

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What Is App Marketing?

So you’ve unlocked the secrets to understanding your app analytics. Now what exactly are you supposed to do with all this data?

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3 Compelling In-App Messaging Tactics That Get Users to Convert Faster

Spammy websites gave pop-ups a bad name. Shame on them. But from the ashes of the Internet’s banner ads, a mobile phoenix has risen. 

With the advent of the smartphone, pop-ups have entered a bright new era. Gone are the days of wanting to punch your computer screen because a billion flashy ads ambushed you.

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The 7 Biggest Mistakes Brands Make When Launching One-Time Promotional Apps

Most app developers and marketers debut an app with the hope that it will reign as king of the app stores for many, many years. But sometimes, brands show off an app with much pomp and pride only to purposely retire it a few weeks later. Sometimes, brands launch an app that is intentionally designed to have a short lifespan.  

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How the iPhone 6 Screen Size Will Impact App Category Preferences

Following my recent blog post on how larger screen devices will impact the mobile landscape, I'm still obsessed with the potential of the screen size metric in predicting user behavior for mobile apps. We dug even further into the data to answer the question, "Which app categories will be most impacted by the larger screen sizes?"

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Optimizing Your App for the iPhone 6 and iOS 8

Happy iOS 8 release day! May the software update gods be with you as you try compete for bandwidth against millions of others!

In celebration, I'll be building on my previous blog post regarding the impact Apple’s iPhone 6 announcement will have on the mobile landscape. Today we focus on answering “How do I optimize my app for the new screen sizes and software functionality?” 

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Then and Now: How These Top 5 Websites Have Become Appified

We’ve previously written about the appification of the web, and how today’s websites are becoming more like apps in their functionality and feel. Apps represent a straightforward and efficient way to complete a task, and this inherent simplicity is something many brands are trying to emulate today with their web presence. 

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Time in App Increases by 21% Across All Apps

Though 20% of apps are opened only once, people are becoming more attached to apps overall. According to Localytics data, the amount of time people spend in apps has increased by 21% over the last year. People are engaging with mobile so frequently that time spent with mobile apps now exceeds time spent on traditional desktop web. Certain categories are driving this increased time spent in apps. Here is a summary of the findings:

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Larger iPhone 6 Screens Set to Impact the Mobile Landscape

Amid much buzz last week, Apple announced two new iPhone models. The biggest departure from the current iPhone family is the screen size, ushering Apple’s entry into the “phablet” market. Whereas the current iPhone 5 offerings have a 4 inch diagonal screen measurement, the iPhone 6 clocks in at 4.7 inches, and the iPhone 6 Plus at a massive 5.5 inches. It may not sound large at first, but those measurements increase the screen size from the current generation by 17.5% and 37.5% respectively.

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The Surprising Ways These 5 Apps Are Engaging Users

Here’s the dilemma app owners and marketers are facing today: App downloads are stalling while app usage is growing.

Apps are growing in popularity, and globally, more and more people are turning to apps as their primary source of interacting with information. But with the growth in usage has come an overwhelming tidal wave of new apps competing for user attention. Typically, once a user finds an app he or she likes, the research and discovery period is over.

That’s why it’s more crucial than ever that apps concentrate on engaging the users they have just as much as they are investing in new user acquisition.

App engagement isn’t a one-size-fits-all model. 


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