ComboApp has announced the launch of the ComboStore blog
, a series of detailed reviews of new and innovative mobile apps. The goal of the blog is to summarize and show off various apps and openly discuss how well they were met by the market, shedding light into the pros and cons of their marketing strategy.
The app review blog has been designed to help app owners, publishers, developers, marketers and users learn what makes a great app. It will also help to illuminate why some app concepts flounder and do not find a resonant audience that makes them successful.
The ComboStore blog will provide an in-depth review of the app and its functionality and list the popular publications which have reviewed or written about the app. In addition, a link to the app’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and iOS App Store/Google Play pages will be provided so readers can check out the apps the blog is highlighting.
The blog will feature the latest app upgrades, feedback on the perceived pros and cons of the app and a demo or trailer video that displays the app’s functionality for readers.
ComboApp invites app owners and developers to submit their apps for review. To submit, fill out the form on the blog or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “App for ComboStore Review,” including a short summary of the app’s purpose and a link to where ComboStore reviewers can find it on the App Store or Google Play.
ComboApp is a full cycle, global mobile marketing and communications agency located in Chicago, Illinois. With over 700 projects worth of experience, ComboApp provides clients everything from creative development -to- product/campaign strategy and analytics -to- media placement and traditional public relations campaigns.Read more: http://marketing.comboapp.com/app-stories
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