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11th August 2014, 05:16 PM   |  #11  
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you can increase your android downloads by getting android reviews
so to increase your reviews go to the website name : reviewmyap

if you have more reviews you will get more downloads which will get you high ads revenue.

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14th August 2014, 08:37 AM   |  #12  
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Yeah its has been updating all thing will be ok within 2-3 days
you check the website back.
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Both Apple’s App Store and the Google Play have a myriad number of apps and it’s very easy to get lost in the crowd. Good visibility on the App Store is thus essential and can be ensured by following certain key pointers while launching your app:

1. Keep the title short, self explanatory and keyword centric. The important thing is to limit it in one line. For this you have to be extra cautious on Google Play as the users’ Android phone screens may vary in sizes.

2. While writing the description for your app, just keep two things in mind. First, that users don’t like to read paragraphs if they don’t find the initial lines interesting. And second, use as many keywords as possible so that your app may spring up on searches more often.

3. Google play allows you to add demo videos of your app. Do make one, as many of your prospective users may not find the screenshots too descriptive. Keep the video short and emphasize on the user friendliness of your app.

4. Icon images should be striking to make you app stand out in the list and screenshots should signify the simplicity of your app.


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Hello! It seems that your are a good in ASO and SEO! Can you give me some advice for naming my future game! It s a 2D logic puzzle game with multiplayer focus. And consist with "LINES". What name would be more ASO - centric! "Logic Lines"? "Two Lines" or just "Lines".? Thanks a lot!

Or maybee you give me some other name as alternative!
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21st August 2014, 12:39 PM   |  #14  
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Both Appleís App Store and the Google Play have a myriad number of apps and itís very easy to get lost in the crowd. Good visibility on the App Store is thus essential and can be ensured by following certain key pointers while launching your app:

1. Keep the title short, self explanatory and keyword centric. The important thing is to limit it in one line. For this you have to be extra cautious on Google Play as the usersí Android phone screens may vary in sizes.

2. While writing the description for your app, just keep two things in mind. First, that users donít like to read paragraphs if they donít find the initial lines interesting. And second, use as many keywords as possible so that your app may spring up on searches more often.

3. Google play allows you to add demo videos of your app. Do make one, as many of your prospective users may not find the screenshots too descriptive. Keep the video short and emphasize on the user friendliness of your app.

4. Icon images should be striking to make you app stand out in the list and screenshots should signify the simplicity of your app.


you can visit my website to read a full guide.

could you tell me ur web address
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Both Appleís App Store and the Google Play have a myriad number of apps and itís very easy to get lost in the crowd. Good visibility on the App Store is thus essential and can be ensured by following certain key pointers while launching your app:

1. Keep the title short, self explanatory and keyword centric. The important thing is to limit it in one line. For this you have to be extra cautious on Google Play as the usersí Android phone screens may vary in sizes.

2. While writing the description for your app, just keep two things in mind. First, that users donít like to read paragraphs if they donít find the initial lines interesting. And second, use as many keywords as possible so that your app may spring up on searches more often.

3. Google play allows you to add demo videos of your app. Do make one, as many of your prospective users may not find the screenshots too descriptive. Keep the video short and emphasize on the user friendliness of your app.

4. Icon images should be striking to make you app stand out in the list and screenshots should signify the simplicity of your app.


you can visit my website to read a full guide.

Thanks for your tips.

For #2, what is the optimal length of description?
I made the description as simply as possible as people don't read text. But it is too short and seems it doesn't work well with SEO.
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