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Sheep Simulator AR App Store Spotlight

Posted on March 8, 2022

Play all day, _Sheep_ all night. If you ever played a game and secretly thought that if it just had _more sheep and augmented reality (AR)_, it would be perfect? Sheep Simulator AR by Superfine Games Inc. is the app for sheep-enthusiasts and AR-lovers alike. Sheep Simulator AR is just one of the many apps on the App Store with Augmented Reality functionality. Even if you may be _so-so_ on sheep, the AR gaming experience is novel and exciting for users who want to take their mobile gaming experience to the next dimension (quite literally).

ASO Weekly - App Store News

Posted on March 4, 2022

On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced in an open letter to the company and stakeholders his plans to seize Apple sales in Russia – citing the events taking place in Ukraine to be “deeply concerning”.

App Descriptions - ASO Academy

Posted on March 3, 2022

In today’s ASO Academy, we’ll be looking at some quick description refreshers across Apple’s App Store and Google Play to empower your metadata [App Store Optimization]( (ASO) strategy.

Lily's Garden App Store Spotlight

Posted on March 1, 2022

Do you have a green thumb? Neither do we. Luckily for us, Lily’s Garden brings the magic of flowers, gardening, and relaxing decoration right to our fingertips without all of the hard work. But is there more to gardening than meets the eye? Meet the puzzle mobile game app featured in today’s App Store Spotlight, Lily’s Garden from Tactile Games ApS.

App Seasonality - ASO Academy

Posted on February 24, 2022

[App Store Optimization]( (ASO) is a one-and-done deal, right? Let’s answer this question with another question: Would you still wear a winter coat in the dead of summer? Neither would we – and your app shouldn’t wear one either, even if it could.

Crypto Wins Super Bowl LVI - ASO Weekly News

Posted on February 18, 2022

It is estimated that nearly 112 million people watched the 2022 Super Bowl this year – viewership grew nearly 14% compared to 2021. To capitalize on one of the most highly watched television events all year, companies spend an exorbitant amount of money and resources to capture an audience's attention. This year, crypto apps made their debut appearance with maybe, too much popularity to handle.

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App Subtitle & Short Descriptions - ASO Academy

Posted on February 17, 2022

If you were presented with an opportunity to further engage your audience while also getting the opportunity to rank higher for the keywords that matter most to you, would you take advantage of it?

I Am Bread App Store Spotlight

Posted on February 8, 2022

Adventure mobile games are a great way to spend your free time. Whether you’re looking to clash some villages, slice some fruit, or catapult birds into the sky, there’s probably a mobile game out there that’s perfect for you to spend those relaxing and leisurely minutes. But if you’re looking for something new and different, you might find that the selection of games is just a bit too ordinary.

App Title Best Practices - ASO Academy

Posted on February 4, 2022

There’s much ado regarding titles. You may be asking yourself, are they _really_ that important? The short answer? _Incredibly_.

Netflix Games: App Store Spotlight

Posted on December 17, 2021

Now that Apple’s algorithm has had over a month to index Netflix's mobile games, let's take a look at how they have performed on the iOS App Store.

Getting Featured on the App Store

Posted on November 22, 2021

Getting featured on the iOS App Store will bring your app in front of more users. While the choice is up to Apple, a few tips could increase your chances.

App Store Metrics Not Reporting iOS 14 Data

Posted on September 24, 2020

Update: This issue has been addressed as of 9/25/2020. App Store Connect now includes iOS 14 filter and launch date. App developers rely on their App Store Metrics to see how they’re growing or identify potential issues. If any metrics are not reported, they could be flying blind or work off inaccurate information. With the recent release of iOS 14, developers need to follow their usage metrics as users update to the newest operating system.