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In App Purchases

Apple In App Purchase Fees Cut in Half

By Scott Bolinger | November 23, 2020

Apple recently announced that they will be dropping their commissions on in app purchases to 15% starting January 1st, 2021. The fees will be reduced for anyone making under $1 million per year, which they classify as Small Businesses. From Apple’s announcement: Existing developers who made up to $1 million in 2020 for all of…

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Announcing AppPresser 4: We Rebuilt Everything

By Scott Bolinger | February 12, 2020

AppPresser 4 is almost here, and it has a lot of exciting updates. Updates and Improvements We rewrote almost everything to create a stable infrastructure on the backend, and provide better features for your apps. I can’t understate how much went into this, it’s a major update. Apps updated to Ionic 5 This was a…

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Custom App Spotlight: All Stars Connected Community – Transforming the lives of youth and their families in poor communities

By Brian Messenlehner | January 16, 2020

The All Stars Connected Community mobile app for iOS and Android alerts DSY (Development School for Youth) alumni about new job opportunities at fortune 500 companies.

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Custom App Spotlight: DiversifySTEM – Advancing Women in STEM Careers

By Brian Messenlehner | January 7, 2020

The AppPresser Custom App Development Team created a custom website and mobile app for iOS and Android powered by WordPress, LearnDash, BuddyPress, GamiPress and hosted on WPEngine.

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New Features This Month: Media and More

By Scott Bolinger | November 11, 2019

This month we are excited to release 3 new features/improvements for your AppPresser apps. tl;dr – audio, video, and pdfs are much nicer now, app rebuild required. An external PDF app is now required for offline viewing on Android. New category lists in the ap-list component. Media Player The media player plays audio and video…

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What’s new in mobile this month?

By Scott Bolinger | September 13, 2019

Here’s a quick glimpse at what’s happening with mobile right now. iOS 13 iOS 13 is will be out on September 19th. Some notable new features include dark mode, Apple sign in, improvements to photo editing and Siri, and more. Android 10 Android 10 is out, and it has some great new features. Smart replies…

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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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