Archive for October, 2009

Keywords and Localization

If you have an application in the iTunes App Store then you might be considering localizing it to improve sales outside the US. In addition to translating the application’s user interface, you’ll need to translate the App Store description and keywords. There’s a gotcha when you try to submit keywords for the multibyte languages (Chinese and Japanese).
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No matter what your motivation is for adding analytics to an iPhone app, it’s easy to get started. Setup is very straightforward and the code is easily abstracted so that you can swap providers and/or use multiple services at the same time. The benefit of doing it this way is that there’s one class file to manage, and less chance to make errors. I recently experimented with adding the new Google Analytics package and it was a breeze to implement. Here’s how I did it.
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Thanks a billion!

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One billion games of reMovem free played. There, I’ve said it.

I must start by noting that reMovem has had a good life so far. In the fifteen or so months since its release we’ve created 21 versions and updated them to iTunes Connect. That’s 11 for the free version and 10 for the paid version. This alone makes me an expert, or at least experienced, in the App Store process that is much discussed these days.

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