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Before iOS 7 launched in 2013, iPhone and iPad users would have to manually download any and all software updates for apps once they became available. An aggressive red badge on the App Store icon would show you the number of apps that needed updating.
'Nobody Cares Who Was First, and Nobody Cares Who Copied Who': Marco Arment on Defending Your App From Copies and Clones
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Apple has updated the limit of adding screenshots to the App Store to 10 screenshots per device form factor.
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As is the case with most developers selling apps, you can find screenshots of the app you’re about to purchase in app stores like that of the iTunes App Store. However in case you didn’t realize, Apple had put a limit on the number of screenshots that users could upload to just five, but now it looks like the limit has since been increased.
Apple has updated its App Store so that developers could add more screenshots to the product pages of their apps. From allowing only a total of five screenshots before, the Cupertino giant has now raised the limit to 10, giving developers a better chance at showcasing their products to potential clients.
Developers have been given a little more real estate to promote their apps in the Apple App Store. Listings in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Apple Watch can now include as many as ten screenshots per device. With that in mind, altogether developers can post as many as 40 screenshots. Prior to the change, announced today, developers were limited to five screenshots per device, for a total of 20. By doubling the number, developers will be able to show off more key features of an app, and display more tiers and characters of a game. Besides the ten screenshots, 30-second video ...
Apple has announced that developers can now display up to ten screenshots on their product pages for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. The previous limit was five. You can now display up to 10 screenshots on your product page on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV, to show customers more of your app’s experience. The increase will be helpful for applications with extensive functionality that can't be shown off in just five screens
It's been three years since Snowman, a tiny independent studio based in Toronto, launched Alto's Adventure on iOS devices. Back then, Snowman was three people -- Ryan Cash, Harry Nesbitt and Jordan Rosenberg -- and Alto's Adventure was their first real game. They didn't know what to expect when they published it in the App Store for $2.99 in Feb. 2015, but the team hoped for the best.
Creaceed today announces Prizmo Go 2.0, a major upgrade to their text capture app for iPhone and iPad. Prizmo Go lets the user take a picture of printed or handwritten text and then recognize it using optical character recognition (OCR) technology. The recognized text can then be selected from the photo by swiping through it. Version 2.0 brings a new, more powerful, built-in neural network-based OCR in more languages, cloud-based handwriting recognition, and translation to 59 languages.