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iOS-Developers-Can-Now-Get-Weekly-App-Analytics-Email-Reports

iOS Developers Can Now Get Weekly App Analytics Email Reports


Thursday, March 10, 2016 by

iOS developers can now opt in to receive a weekly App Analytics email report for their most frequently downloaded apps, with data on App Store Views, App Units, Sales, Sessions, and Crashes. Also available in the report is how much each of these metrics has changed between last week and the previous week. In other quick hitting Apple developer news:- iOS 9.3 beta 6...


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Android Developers Can Now Do Staged Rollouts of Google Play Apps


Saturday, August 1, 2015 by

Google has announced new functionality to help developers beta test their Android apps. Currently, the Google Play Developer Console lets developers release early versions of an app to selected users as an alpha or beta test before pushing updates to full production (much like Apple's TestFlight). The select user group downloads the app on Google Play as normal, bu...


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How to Save the Enterprise App after the End of TestFlight


Sunday, February 22, 2015 by

When Apple officially shutters its TestFlight beta testing service on February 26, many development teams who have been working with TestFlight will be forced to switch their testing processes to the iTunes Connect Testing service or to search for other alternatives.As builds from old TestFlight versions will not be transferred automatically, developers will need to set...


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Apple's TestFlight Is Upgraded to Improve the Ability to Manage External Testers


Tuesday, February 17, 2015 by

Apple’s TestFlight platform has announced it is now easier to manage external testers using the platform. Improvements have been made to provide the ability to organize testers into groups to quickly send builds, provide separate instructions on where to focus, and to apply an action to several testers at once in TestFlight.Apple acquired the TestFlight platform when it...


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AMASE Analogy: This Is What a Profitable App Looks like


Monday, January 19, 2015 by

Mobile-app development, marketing, and monetization are all extremely difficult to do well – it’s why very few mobile apps end up being successful.In this article from The Cline Group (I’m the President and CEO), my goal is to provide end-to-end insights into the mobile-user lifecycle. Let’s start by defining a successful mobile app as one that has achieved sustained pr...


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Mobile Developers Can Invite Up To 1,000 Beta Testers Through Apple’s iOS TestFlight App


Friday, October 24, 2014 by

Apple has announced that developers can now invite up to 1,000 testers to beta test iOS apps by sending them an email invitation through iTunes Connect. Once the individual has accepted the invitation, testers can install the beta app on their iOS devices, get updated builds, and provide feedback, all facilitated through the dedicated iOS TestFlight app.To get an app re...


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Electric Cloud Introduces Continuous Delivery SaaS Service for Mobile App Development


Thursday, October 9, 2014 by

Electric Cloud has introduced Ship.io which brings continuous delivery to native iOS and Android app development. This SaaS offering is now available as a free public beta service simplifying and automating build, test and deployment processes. Ship.io facilitates the mobile app lifecycle process by delivering the benefits of continuous integration and continuous d...


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Why Saas and Continuous Delivery Is a Match Made in Heaven for Mobile Apps


Tuesday, July 22, 2014 by

In recent years, application usage has evolved and grown tremendously. Unlike core IT systems (ERP, HR, etc.) that are under the close scrutiny of corporate IT, Software as a Service (SaaS) and now mobile applications come with very different requirements. What’s valuable and efficient today might not be what’s valued tomorrow: SaaS and mobile applications have to const...


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Apple vs. Facebook: What Signals Do Industry Giants Send to the App Market (And What do They Mean to iOS Developers)


Tuesday, July 8, 2014 by

In recent weeks the iOS app market has been torn between conflicting signals that are coming from its two major players – Facebook and Apple. While there is clear evidence for these signals being interconnected, if they were to materialize they are likely to affect a good deal of iOS developers and tilt the wider app market dynamic. Here we are laying out these signals ...


Simplifying-Mobile-Application-Development-with-Continuous-Delivery

Simplifying Mobile Application Development with Continuous Delivery


Wednesday, June 4, 2014 by

In recent years, mobile application usage has evolved and grown tremendously. Unlike core IT systems (ERP, HR, etc.) that are under the close scrutiny of corporate IT, mobile applications come with very different requirements. What’s valuable and efficient today might not be what’s valued tomorrow: these more dynamic applications have to evolve constantly and adapt to u...


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Apple Purchases Burstly and its TestFlight App Beta Testing Platform


Saturday, February 22, 2014 by

Multiple sources are confirming that Apple has purchased Burstly, which services include the SkyRocket in-app ad management platform and the TestFlight platform used to distribute beta and internal apps over-the-air.Rumors are rampant as to why Apple has purchased the company. It seems there is a consensus that TestFlight is the part of the company that Apple really was...