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Apple quietly launches Support App for iPhone and iPad users

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Apple’s App Store has offered nearly every mobile software tool you can think of, except, oddly, for an official Apple Support app. That is, until now. 

Apple’s new Support app quietly made its debut on Tuesday in the App Store, in the Utilities category. 

Although the app is presented in English, as of this writing it’s only available on the Netherlands Apple App Store and doesn’t show up in searches in the U.S.… Continue reading

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banned-apps “Brace yourself, Marco…we’ve just been removed from the App Store.” With those words, I visualized everything we’d slaved over for months crumple itself into a ball of trash and — ironically — flinging itself into the bin beside me. But it hardly came as a surprise. Despite stellar traction at over 4 million users and 15 million flings opened per day… Read More

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Screen Shot 2015-08-28 at 4.30.31 PM Google has been working for some time to improve how it highlights mobile apps, and the data they contain, in its search results. And now, Android users performing Google searches for apps outside the Play Store will notice a big change in how apps are being presented in search results.
Where before, apps were listed one-by-one with each app on its own line followed by a link to see… Read More

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I was reading the comments on this exploit story on AppleInsider. I loved lkrupp’s comment (below). The first paragraph might just be the best and simplest explanation for how to avoid virus and malware problems. (if you use Windows then you’ll need to substitute Microsoft approved or the likes for App Store). Several of the […]

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(via Business Insider)

tim cook apple ceo apple watch pointing happy celebrating smiling goodThe rankings in Apple’s App Store can make or break an app development company.

If your app is “featured” by Apple’s staff in the App Store — given a special display that most other apps don’t get — it can transform your app into an overnight hit.

Apps that don’t get featured must either go viral on their own, spend money on advertising and PR, or otherwise get lucky. There are millions of apps in the App Store, yet only a tiny fraction of 1% get featured, or climb on their own to the top… Continue reading