Showing posts with label SMARTPONE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SMARTPONE. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

12 Tips for App Store Improvement (improve your search performance)

Apps are getting more competitive in App Store, because every day thousand of new apps inaugurate in App Store. There is no way to improve your app store using ASO techniques. Check out the tips below that will help you to optimize the App store and improve your search performance

  1. Focus on natural incorporation of keywords in the title and description data
  2. Use conversion optimization techniques and push notifications to ensure more prolific usage of the  application 
  3. Keep the application “top of mind” through email and social media integration. Give your users a great reason to share, like, and follow.
  4. Offer heavy users the opportunity to review the app. A simple push with the opportunity to rate can give your ambassadors a platform to evangelize the product
  5. Try traditional PR to improve download rates and a bevy of quality content regarding the site
  6. Use event tracking and some iteration of “last state” tracking to prevent users from bouncing
  7. Use open graph (wisely!) to help spread the word.
  8. Make an absolutely killer app.
  9. Make sure you put some effort into creating a professional and eye-catching App Icon.
  10. Adding screen shots and a video ad to your app store page.
  11. Choose your app name carefully. 
  12. Track Events & Actions.  

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Pomegranate may help improve cell phones, tablets and electric cars battery life

Pomegranate battery charge

Incredible but true, a pomegranate-inspired nanoscale design for large-volume-change lithium battery anodes. Stanford University and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory are developing new lithium-ion battery technology that could potentially have a vast impact on consumer devices, including smartphones and tablets, by equipping them with power cells that store more energy and do not degrade as fast. Yi Cui -Associate professor, Stanford and SLAC led the research. Report published in Nature Nanotechnology

Monday, February 3, 2014

Android User can get $10-$15 off Mobile Bill by Putting Ads on Lock Screen

If you're not irritated by seeing an ad for J. Crew, Adidas, Target, or Best Buy when you wake up your smartphone, a new app called Slidejoy could lop some money off your monthly phone bill. Slidejoy currently works only in the United States, but we will hopefully be expanding to other countries soon

How does Slidejoy work?

Upon turning on your phone, you will view an aesthetically pleasing ad on their lockscreens
 1.       You will have a choice to ignore the ad by sliding right and unlocking your phone
2.       You will also have a choice to engage with the ad by sliding left. Upon sliding left, the phone will unlock and you will be directed to a destination specified by the advertiser (YouTube, advertiser website, Google Play, coupon page, etc.)
3.       To prevent bias, you will make an equal amount regardless of whether or not you engage with an ad
4.       Over time, Slidejoy’s proprietary machine-learning algorithm learns your ad preference based off of your behaviors during different times of day and curates a more relevant user experience
5.       You can cash out their earnings via Square Cash/Paypal or choose to donate it to charity

 Payment Information

You will be paid each time you unlock your phone despite of whether you swipe left or right. Earnings you earn on a particular day will appear in the app at 7pm EST the next day. You can cash out your balance or donate it to selected charities. Available cash out method is now Paypal and others yet to add.

Stopping seeing the ads

You can easily disable ads by going to the settings tab inside the application and turn off ‘ads on lock screen.’ However, you will not accrue money if ads are disabled

Source: Cnet

Saturday, February 1, 2014

LG G Flex World’s First Curved, Flexible Smartphone, Specifications

Most smartphones, like the iPhone and the Galaxy S4, are flat. LG first introduced curved smartphone G Flex that the company is calling “the world’s first curved, flexible smartphone.” It was first announced on in South Korea on October 27, 2013. The G Flex, arrives in the US via Sprint stores on Friday, with AT&T and T-Mobile following suit in the next few days

Curved Smartphone “G Flex” Features:

1.       6" HD OLED curved touch-screen display
2.       Real RGB HD display
3.       LG has created the world’s first curved battery to complement the design and slim profile of the G Flex. Touting a high 3,500-mAh capacity (3,400 for T-Mobile), it provides enhanced stability and performance for the OLED display and all your daily activities
4.       The LG G Flex packs the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Processor, a blazing-fast CPU for smooth, seamless operation, even with multiple apps open at once.
5.       High-Performance Camera (13-megapixel)

LG G Flex Specifications

1.       CPU                               : Qualcomm® Snapdragon™, 800 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Processor
2.       Operating System            : Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
3.       Display                            : 6.0" HD (1280 x 720), 245 ppi, curved POLED, Real RGB
4.       Size & Weight                  : 160.5 mm x 81.6 mm x 7.9/8.7 mm, 177 g
5.       Battery                             : 3,500 mAh Li-Polymer, (3,400 for T-Mobile)
6.       Camera/Video                : Main: 13 MP AF BSI Camera, Front: 2.1 MP, 1080p Video Capture and Playback
7.       Data Connectivity          : Bluetooth® Version 4.0 BLE/HS, Wi-Fi® 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, (2.4/5 GHz Dual Band), Miracast, SmartShare
8.       Memory                          : 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC Memory