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Our Thoughts on the New Google App Ratings Filter

By: Clay McDaniel on October 27, 2014

Recently Google quietly released a new feature in the Play Store which was quickly noticed and remarked-upon by many: the ability to sort app search results by rating. The first incarnation of this feature (and one must assume that future updates will allow sorting by specific Star levels) is extremely simple:… Read More

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Dreamforce #DF14 – Relationships Always Matter Most

By: Clay McDaniel on October 17, 2014

This year the spectacle that is Salesforce.com’s “Dreamforce” conference / hubbub / bizdev scrum / fiesta has reached new heights of both technology – and cultural – impact. It is one of the most important events all year for software and digital marketing people because it provides the chance for… Read More

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October Events Round-Up: Apptentive at Home and Away

By: Clay McDaniel on October 13, 2014

It is the start of a busy few weeks here at Apptentive, and with a healthy list of events at home and abroad we thought we would kick off this week (and #Dreamforce #DF14 !) with a short round-up of where we will be and how to find us. Starting… Read More

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Release Day: Overview of New Dashboard and Conversations Features

By: Clay McDaniel on October 8, 2014

Today is another exciting release day at Worldwide Apptentive HQ, and we’re pleased to announce two new features which have been requested by customers with increasing regularity. These features are being pushed live across all instances of our platform at every customer price tier – so enjoy the new flexibility… Read More

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Building our team: new funds and partners for growth

By: Robi Ganguly on September 24, 2014

It’s all about relationships At the core, our company is about building relationships. Establishing relationships with our customers. Forming relationships with our strategic and software eco-system partners. Helping our customers build better relationships with their customers. As we continue to build Apptentive, it’s helpful for us to remind ourselves of this simple… Read More

New iTunes Connect Breaks App Submissions

By: Mike Saffitz on September 9, 2014

Update:  We have confirmed that Apple has addressed this issue and app submissions via the new iTunes Connect are now working properly.   All eyes and ears were on Apple today as they announced the much-anticipated iPhone 6 with larger displays as well as the Apple Watch. Apple also released a new… Read More

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Swift, Material Design, Wearables and More – Google I/O and WWDC

By: Ezra Siegel on July 8, 2014

The experts on Apptentive’s Mobile Team provide answers to your questions about from between app development to successfully marketing your app. Got a question? Ask it in our comment section below or on Twitter using #MobileTeam. In each post we’ll highlight a different topic where the Mobile Team will share… Read More

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WWDC 2014 – Apple’s developer relationships mature

By: Robi Ganguly on June 13, 2014

Open. Apple opened up – it showed us more love, more insight into what’s coming next and more answers. Last week’s WWDC was notable in its universal inspiration of developers. The reason was a simple one: they felt like they’d been heard. As @jsnell wrote before WWDC, there is a new… Read More

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These 7 Apps Understand Great Design

By: Ezra Siegel on June 9, 2014

The experts on Apptentive’s Mobile Team provide answers to your questions about from between app development to successfully marketing your app. Got a question? Ask it in our comment section below or on Twitter using #MobileTeam. In each post we’ll highlight a different topic where the Mobile Team will share… Read More

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Ratings Prompts Don’t Have To Suck

By: Robi Ganguly on May 30, 2014

John Gruber, of Daring Fireball, shared his frustration with the usage of ratings prompts last December: I’ve long considered a public campaign against this particular practice, wherein I’d encourage Daring Fireball readers, whenever they encounter these “Please rate this app” prompts, to go ahead and take the time to do… Read More