The world of Blackberry apps is huge! This was one of the first phones to create apps and they have a lot of classics that have been receiving downloads for a long time. Trying to put your new app into that market will take some hard work to make it to the top. Marketing you Blackberry app is a key for success. Here are some tips to get you started.
Verizon will make the choice much easier starting in February. As they say it the phone that photodirector apk changed everything will now be available in their network as well. We’ve all been waiting for this and now it’s here. And the even better news is that the iPhone 4 will be available for only $199!
As per tradition of the company, this is milestone is being celebrated with multiple prizes to the customers. These prizes include a $10,000 gift card for the lucky customer who downloaded the 50 billionth app and 50 more $500 gift cards for the next few customers. The milestone is being displayed at the official website of the company with an image showing a ‘Thanks’ on an iPad using the award-winning iPad Paper by FiftyThree.
Interestingly, this entertainment is generally not mindless. Most of the games are complex, requiring skill and concentration, and quite a few have many permutations or constant updates (Pocket God). Complex games include Pocket God, Fieldrunners, Texas Hold’em Poker and Monopoly. The simpler games, like the memory matching game Bejeweled 2 or the skateboard app Touchgrind, still require skill and concentration.
Consider your potential international market right from the moment of conceptualization. There are people all over the planet eager to use and benefit from quality applications. Initially we intended to include the metric system and local currency in our app, but decided to push it back until version 1.1. We were so eager to start the submission process with Apple and this ended up negatively affected our sales without question. I recommend taking that extra time to make your app useful to the international community, or even a few key markets (China, Russia, Central and South America, Japan, and Germany come to mind).
Four of the 17 developers are big multinational companies — Apple itself (Texas Hold’em), Electronic Arts (TETRIS, Monopoly), Activision (Crash Bandicoot) and SEGA (Super Monkey Ball). Then there are a bunch of mid-sized companies and, happily, also 7 small groups and 4 individuals.
We are in a wonderful new frontier with mobile apps and marketing will have to adapt. Use these guidelines to plan your app before it’s distributed for best results.