Apps Stories June 28

AAPL: 145.83


Apps Stories June 23

AAPL: 146.28


Nike announced today that it’s now using augmented reality features through its iOS app to make exclusive sneaker releases a more interactive experience. Using its Nike+ SNKRS app popular among those trying their luck at purchasing in-demand shoe releases, Nike is integrating AR features that will make some new sneakers only available to those that unlock them through viewing real-world items via their iPhone’s camera.

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Apps Stories June 12

AAPL: 145.42


Here’s the first trailer for the new South Park Phone Destroyer iOS game

South Park is getting its very first proper iOS game sometime this year. It appears to follow a similar format as the console releases with a turn-based battle system and cut-scenes that look/sound like they could be lifted right from an episode. Details are light so far but South Park Phone Destroyer will hit the App Store sometime in 2017.

Apps Stories June 5

AAPL: 153.93


Apps Stories May 5

AAPL: 148.96


Data from App Annie shows that the average smartphone owner spends 2 hours and 15 minutes a day using apps – the equivalent of one month a year. The average person has 60-90 apps installed on their phone, using around 30 of them each month and launching 9 per day.

Utilities and Tools led the way thanks to numerous pre-installed apps, such as Safari on iOS and Google on Android. After pre-installed apps, some of the largest categories by average apps used are Social Networking, Communication, and Social. This underscores the continued importance of social categories to marketing efforts for all types of apps.

The time spent using apps varied dramatically depending on the type of app …

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Apps Stories May 4

AAPL: 146.53


Battle Bay for iOS from the makers of Angry Birds available now


You might know Rovio and its little avian-flinging games, Angry Birds. The series has amassed a strong following over the years and is one of highest-rated game franchises on the App Store. However, excitement for the brand has dimmed as of late despite the Angry Birds reaching into just about every product category Rovio could fling them in to. And now it looks like the developer is quietly testing the waters with the release of its latest IP, Battle Bay

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