Technical Q&A QA1633: Creating easy-to-read short links to the App Store for your apps and company There are three types of App Store Short Links, in two forms, one for iOS apps, another for Mac Apps: Company Name iOS: http://appstore.com/ <companyname> for example, http://appstore.com/apple Mac: http://appstore.com/mac/ <companyname> for example, http://appstore.com/mac/apple App Name iOS: http://appstore.com/ <appname> for example, http://appstore.com/keynote Mac: http://appstore.com/mac/ <appname> for example, http://appstore.com/mac/keynote App by Company iOS: http://appstore.com/ <companyname>/<appname> for example, http://appstore....
App Annie – App Ranking, Analytics, Market Intelligence No SDKs We simply pull the data on your behalf via iTunes Connect, Google Developer or Amazon Appstore accounts. No recompilation, no added bugs.
The apps that get featured on the iOS App Store Over the past few months, I’ve been researching the kinds of apps that get featured on the iTunes App Store home page for different countries around the world. Here are my initial findings.
Average App Store Review Times This site tracks the average App Store review times for both the iOS and the Mac App Store using data crowdsourced from iOS and Mac developers on Twitter.
How to Evaluate a (paid) iPhone App Idea – Tony Wright’s Startup Front-End So, should you launch a paid app? Maybe. Every entrepreneur is different. If you want to build a big/impactful business, it’s not the right path (…). If what you want is a bootstrapped freedom-from-employment effort or are passionate about an idea that’s a lousy fit for in-app purchases, paid apps are a great path.
8 Best Practices for Deploying a Top-Ranked Mobile App Developing a mobile app is the easy part. Getting that app noticed is difficult. And getting the app to go viral is like winning the lottery. Yet many developers get millions of downloads time after time. How?