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The rumors and gossips about the new iPhone are everywhere and we’ve decided to collect them all into our blog, for your convenience!
The most important thing you need to know is that your PapTap app will keep working great on any iOS version.
Designing an app is a lot of fun, but it also takes a bit of know-how. You might be excited to get started, but before you do, we’d like to offer you a few do’s and don’ts that will probably help you with your app creation process:
No one was especially surprised when CNN announced in January that, for the first time, smartphones and tablets had overtaken PCs for internet access – least of all millennial, a whopping 76% of whom own smartphones compared to about 50% for the entire population. That same report indicated that about 50% of responders won’t come back to any website that doesn’t work on their mobile phones.
What most Americans (and many marketers) don’t know are the facts which underlie the big statistics.
When you first build your app with PapTap, you will be using the “Mobile Beginner” free plan, which gives you the option to publish your app inside the PapTap market, making your app visible to all PapTap users.
Getting your app published on the PapTap market is actually easier than submitting it to Apple’s App Store.
If you decided to submit your app to the App Store, you will first need to upgrade to our Mobile Senior Plan.
Then, there are some essential concepts that you should keep in mind along the way, which will definitely make the submission process a lot shorter.
Creating an app with Paptap is the easy part, writing the content for your app is a bit trickier.
Your “About Us” screen is your app’s first impression for your users, therefore, you want it to be interesting and “eye catching”.
It should include enough information about your app, yet be short to the point.
We’ve collected some tips which will help you write an awesome “About Us” screen and gain more users for your app:
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