Lucktastic helps Hooked On Phonics with user engagement
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 by Richard Harris
Hooked on Phonics believes that reading is the gateway to all learning and they focus on nurturing that thirst for knowledge with products that are fun, effective, and easy to use. That’s why they’ve brought together a dedicated team of parents, leading educators, interactive designers, writers, and artists. Through collaboration, research, and testing, they continually...
Protecting Your Mobile App from Imposters
Thursday, March 3, 2016 by AJ Tibbetts
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but in an app context it will lead to lost users and ad imprints. This may seriously impact a bottom line and may even affect exit strategies such as prospects for acquisition. Worse, copying of mobile apps is widespread, to the point that Apple has introduced a web interface for reporting duplicates in an effort to clean...
Seeking Investors for Your App or SaaS business Here’s What We Look For
Monday, June 23, 2014 by BJ Lackland
Recently I’ve written about why banks don’t understand App companies and how the VC model isn’t a good fit if you want to retain control of your company or don’t have a multi-billion dollar market opportunity. So it probably makes sense to talk about why we think App and SaaS companies make great investments, and what we at Lighter Capital look for.We focus on a particu...
How Do You Choose the RIGHT Mobile Analytics Provider
Friday, May 9, 2014 by Richard Harris
How do you pick the right company to provide mobile analytics? It’s the lifeblood of your app company. Whether you are a major publisher, indie firm, or a sole developer with one title under your belt, knowing your users and how they interact with your app is the number one factor for success, bar none.So how do you do the research to find out who is the best fit t...
Interview: Jack van der Post of iD Gamedesign
Monday, January 13, 2014 by Richard Harris
We recently sat down with Jack van der Post of iD Gamedesign
to talk about his app company and latest app “WordnRoll”
ADM: How long have you been developing apps?
Jack: I started early 2012.
ADM: Do you program the apps or do you hire development
Jack: I do code and design pretty much everything myself...
Chirp for iOS and Android Finally Arrives
Monday, April 15, 2013 by Richard Harris
After almost a year in development, Moonbeam Development (US Mobile App Company), finally gets the nod from Apple that their app "Chirp" is ready for sale!
Chirp is a unique GEO location-based app that uses cloud services to allow both iOS, Android, and even web-based devices to GPS track each other from anywhere in the world in real-time. And it ...
App Annie Introduces Hourly Rankings, Parent Publishers, and more
Friday, March 1, 2013 by Richard Harris
How many times do you as a developer check your revenue or ranking during the day? Unfortunately the ranking reports are always at least a day delayed - until now.App Annie, the mobile app analytics and reporting website has introduced hourly rankings which gives you the ability to see your apps ranking every hour - which will be essential for SEO and marketing in gener...
AppStore.com by Apple now serving up your app and developer name
Monday, February 4, 2013 by Richard Harris
If you were paying attention to the commercials on this years SuperBowl you no doubt saw the new Star Trek movie trailer. At the bottom of the title screen was a new link "http://AppStore.com/StarTrekApp! Apple has un-officially released the new vanity name "AppStore.com" for developers use. It takes away the lengthy itunes link to your apps and lets you use a much...