Here’s an infographic to illustrate the evolution of a real app from MVP to “final” product and how much money it cost to do it.
Promoting your app is tough work, so we put together 20 ideas for how you can spread the word about your new app or service online for free.
Apps aren’t cheap. A great way to cut costs and save time is by taking the startup approach of creating a “minimal viable product,” or MVP of your app.
AppClover’s Matt Lutz share some proven in-app marketing strategies that work for all kinds of apps, from utility apps to games.
Last week, Google Play got a brand spankin’ new design. Here’s what they did — and what it means for Android app developers.
Writing a good app store description is an art form. Here are a few reasons why some app descriptions totally suck, and what you can do about it.
What you do after your app goes live on the app store is critical to your app’s success. As we explore in Part III of our on-going series on Launching an App, your journey doesn’t end at the app store release, it has only just begun.
Getting tech bloggers to write about your app is tough. Luckily, you have us. Here are 10 tips to getting your app featured by major tech blogs.
Even before your app is finished, you need to start thinking about your launch. Here’s Part 1 in our series on the secrets to a successful app launch.
There’s no secret sauce to getting your app featured on the Apple App Store, quite often it’s just luck. Here are some things you can do to get lucky.