The November Issue of App Developer Magazine Is Here!
Friday, November 1, 2013
There is always a surge of app downloads, device purchases, and overall usage during the next few months because of the US holiday season, and winter months driving most consumers indoors. So beginning this month and going through January we are going to be highlighting what you can do this season to help bring in the most revenue and maximize your marketing potential through even more featured articles and how-to's.
If you aren't a subscriber now is the time, and don't forget we still have 50% off all subscriptions so take advantage of that to save yourself a little dough!
Check out the line up for this issue:
► Mobile Performance Testing Across The Transaction Lifescycle
► How to Stimulate App Loyalty With a Quality SMS API In Your App
► Legal: New Rules on Notices, Tracking, & Erasing
► Mac or Windows: The Best Platform for App Development
► Four Ways a Virtual Assistant Can Turbo Charge Your Game Business
► Forget Actual Development, The Foundation of All Successful Apps is Requirements Gathering
►Facebook Vs Mobile Ad Networks
► Understanding Consumer Behavior To Leverage M-Commerce This Holiday Season
► How Mobile Apps Are Transforming the Health Care Industry
► Industry Showcase Lotaris: Multiple Channel Payment Options Provide Access to Monetizing Global Markets
► Too Wired? Unwinding When the Noise of Development Gets too Loud.
► Developer Showcase McPepper Games
► Outsource Your App Business and Get Your Life Back
Read more: http://appdevelopermagazine.com/magazine/Nov13
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