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Contents > How to get your app approved by Apple > How to improve your app's search visibility > How to get to the top of the charts > What price should you set for your app? > How to sell more in-app purchases > How to get your app reviewed by the media > What to do if your app gets cloned > iPad & iPhone User's app You've made a fantastic app for the iPhone and iPad. Well done: but the real work starts now. You've got to sell the thing. App promotion is a tough gig, make no bones about it. It's become painfully clear that small indie devs, the lifeblood of iOS innovation, face a huge battle edging out the larger software companies and their swollen marketing budgets. (We discuss this in Why Apple should pay more attention to indie developers in the App Store .) But don't despair. Small app developers can make good money on the App Store, provided they've got a great app, a strong marketing … [Read more...] about How to sell my app
By Ryan Wagman, McKeen’s Hockey lead prospect writer After months of waiting, the NHL Draft is suddenly, almost surprisingly, upon us. Round 1 will take place Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN ( livestream ) and Rounds 2-7 be Wednesday beginning at 11:30 a.m. ET on NHL Network. With so much about 2019-20 that didn’t go according to plan (but some that did – congratulations to the Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning!) and so much still unknown about what we can expect out of a 2020-21 season, a draft now seems somewhat anticlimactic. But outside of the fact that hundreds of players and their families – not to mention your humble analyst – will not be gathered in one cavernous hockey arena to experience the event together, there is still a lot to be excited about as we seek to put this traumatizing year behind us and look to a brighter future. I think that is something that fans of all 31 teams can get behind. The contents of this final mock NHL draft are based on the … [Read more...] about NHL Mock Draft: Who gets selected after Alexis Lafrenière?
Do Van Chien named President of VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien, President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure, speaks at the meeting in Hanoi on April 12 Do Van Chien, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Party Delegation of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), has been assigned as President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure (2019-2024). The VFF Central Committee held a meeting in Hanoi on April 12 to discuss the appointment of its President and additional members to its Presidium. All in attendance agreed to assign Chien as a member of the VFF Central Committee and its Presidium, and President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure. His predecessor, Politburo member Tran Thanh Man, was recently elected Vice Chairman of the 14th National Assembly (NA). In his inauguration address, Chien said the VFF should push ahead with performing its duties in the election of deputies to the 15th NA and all-level … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 13
A The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt mod brings closure to a side storyline that the original game left open-ended. The Witcher 3 certainly doesn’t lack for content, but that hasn’t stopped an enterprising modder from adding another questline to the game to help tie up some loose ends. We’re going to drop a few spoilers here, specifically related to The Blood and Wine expansion for The Witcher 3, so if you don’t want to know what happens, time to look away. The mod in question is called A Night to Remember and it centers around a vampire called Orianna, who Geralt meets during this DLC. Geralt chooses to spare Orianna, but vows that if he ever sees her again, he won’t be so generous. In the base game, that’s the last we see of Orianna, who presumably takes Geralt at his word. But that wasn’t good enough for mod creator nikich340, who has created an entirely new quest based around this encounter. According to the mod description, it features “new writing, cutscenes, voice … [Read more...] about Dive back into The Witcher 3 with a new vampire-hunting mod