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AppPresser 4 - new design, new features, better performance

AppPresser 4 is here!

By Scott Bolinger | March 11, 2020

We are excited to announce that AppPresser 4 is now available. All new customers will be on version 4, and existing customers can migrate based on availability. You can purchase today and get a special launch discount by heading over to our pricing page. What’s New in AppPresser 4? We rewrote almost everything to create…

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How to Declare a Target Audience for Google Play

By Scott Bolinger | August 21, 2019

You may have received an email recently from Google Play that says “Declare a target audience by September 1st.” Here’s what they want you to do. Login to your Play console and click your app. Go to Store Presence => App Content. Under Target audience and content, click start. Select your audience age. If you…

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How a Self-Audit Improved Our Product Usability

By Scott Bolinger | July 30, 2019

Many product developers, ourselves included, focus more on the code than UI/UX. It can be helpful to take a step back and look specifically at usability with a self-imposed audit. After all, perfect code doesn’t matter if your product is hard to use, amirite? For this audit we’ll be using the Nielsen Norman Group’s 10…

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Mobile UI Tip: Steppers vs. Dropdowns

By Scott Bolinger | July 9, 2019

When designing websites for mobile devices, the devil is in the details. Many websites have a low conversion rate on mobile, and it’s usually because filling out forms is such a pain. It’s easier to fill out forms using a desktop keyboard, so most people don’t even bother on mobile. Making forms easier to fill…

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Essential Apps to Manage WordPress from your iPad

By Curtis McHale | July 2, 2019

Gone are the days when a tablet or phone is a nice to have secondary device. Many people say they feel a bit panicked when they leave the house without their devices. While phones have earned their places in our workflows for email, messages, and even the odd call, for many tablets are still a…

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How to Use a Book as Content Marketing for Your Online Business

By Curtis McHale | June 25, 2019

Content marketing can be the key to building the following you want for your business. You can use YouTube, blog posts, social media, and a number of other ways to get more people to know who you are so that they trust you and are more likely to purchase from you. Today we’re going to…

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Getting Started with the BuddyPress REST API

By Scott Bolinger | June 18, 2019

The BuddyPress REST API allows you to interact with BuddyPress from a 3rd party site or app. You can do things like grab the activity feed, upload an activity update, interact with groups and members, and more. It does not have 100% parity with the PHP functionality in the plugin, but it has most of…

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June Product Update – AppCommerce Variable Products

By Curtis McHale | June 11, 2019

The headline feature this month is major improvements to AppCommerce variable products, but we did much more than that. AppCommerce better handling of available attributes and relating those to variations better messaging if variation does not exist change image to match variation, if variation image exists better UI for loading and changing attributes Bug fixes…

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5 Must-Have Enhancements for any WooCommerce Site

By Curtis McHale | June 4, 2019

While there are a number of basic things that most WooCommerce developers do as they set up a client site, so many stop with the basics. You provide a working site, but don’t do a bit of extra work to help make sure that your client’s sites are not only easy to manage, but are…

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WooCommerce website to mobile app

What We Learned Building Apps Using the WooCommerce REST API

By Scott Bolinger | May 28, 2019

The WooCommerce REST API gives you the freedom to create cool web or mobile apps that are detached from your WordPress site. You can create a mobile app that displays your products and allows people to purchase them, or a web app that pulls in a product catalog and saves them offline. You can also…

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