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In-App Deep Link Navigation — Because Deep Links Matter
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
deeplink  android  architecture  navigation  internal  inapp 
december 2018 by lgtout
Setup In-App Messaging · Carnival Developer Documentation
The Carnival Developer Documentation contains information about the iOS, Android, Unity and Cordova SDKs. It also details setting up Push Notifications, Collecting Data and Messaging Users.
inapp  notification  carnival 
april 2018 by lgtout
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RT : 10 Development Trends to Look Out for in 2017 -

inapp  startup  Digital  App  Mobile  from twitter
august 2017 by ormg
PSA: Don’t do an in-app sign-up to the new YouTube Red service next week, it’ll cost you more | 9to5Mac
 ArsTechnica reports that YouTube is taking the same approach as Spotify initially did to Apple’s 30% cut on in-app purchases: adding it to the monthly cost.

There is a big catch about that $9.99 price: $9.99 will cover Android, desktop, and the mobile Web, but if you purchase a subscription via Apple’s in-app purchasing on iOS, the price goes up to $12.99/month. Apple takes a 30 percent cut of all subscription revenue on its platform, and Google is passing that cost directly onto the consumer.

ArsTechnica says that Apple users will “most likely” be able to sign-up instead on the web for the normal $9.99/month and then access the content via the app, and I’ve confirmed in a chat session with YouTube support that this is indeed the case.
apple  youtube  inapp  google  spunti  panorama  wcpgw 
october 2015 by nicoladagostino
How Amazon Underground will affect content pricing and business models - Joe Wikert's Digital Content Strategies
As interesting as the all-you-can read models from Next Issue, Oyster Books and Scribd are, I believe Amazon just introduced a new model that’s likely to be much more disruptive in the long run. I’m talking about Amazon Underground, where paid apps go to be free. If you haven’t heard about Underground it’s a collection of paid Android apps that are now available free if you download them directly from Amazon. The initial collection is mostly games but it will undoubtedly grow over time. It’s also important to note that the catalog includes paid apps as well as those with in-app purchases (e.g., additional levels for a game); those in-app options also become free in the Underground world. App developers get paid for engagement in the Underground model. So if their app gets downloaded but never used they earn nothing. On the other hand, if their app is wildly successful and used extensively, Underground represents a whole new developer revenue stream.
Amazon  Underground  applis  inAPP 
august 2015 by sentinelle
Apple's Siri, Spotlight extend Google-like search inside iOS 9 apps, without tracking users » Apple Insider
Daniel Eran Dilger:
Because Apple is indexing in-app content for its search results, it can more easily suppress "Search Engine Optimization" malicious content or link spamming, as relevancy is tied to user engagement. If few users find a search result worthwhile, it can fade from relevance.

Many of the new search-related features Apple debuted for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan bear a strong resemblance to some of predictive search features first introduced by Google starting back in 2012 as part of Android 4.1, branded as "Google Now."

Since then, Google has introduced "app indexing," a related feature designed to make the company's web-style search more relevant to mobile users by delivering results that can open within local apps. For example, a recipe might open within a cookbook app, rather than just presenting the same information on a web page or dumping users into the app to find the recipe on their own.

The most profound difference between the two companies' approach to in-app search is that Apple does not monetize its search with ads, and therefore has no need to capture and store users' data and behaviors for future profiling, tied to a persistent user and device identifier that individuals can't easily remove.


Apple is perhaps two years behind Google on this - but most people are using a version of Android that is at least two years old (87% are using 4.4, KitKat, from November 2013, or earlier). Which means that by November or so, Apple will roughly have parity on this feature.
apple  inapp  search 
june 2015 by charlesarthur
chat / messaging inside your app
Grant your customer's wishes on demand over beautifully simple messaging.
inapp  messaging  chat  github  free  app  support 
april 2015 by sikumbang

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