Join us at Denver Startup Week

Published on 25 August

@DENStartupWeek kicks off on 9/28! Contribute to your community by signing up to volunteer http://bit.ly/1Lrd6NX I just have 3 things for you about Denver Startup Week: 1) It’s an amazing event. It’s like SxSW with a lot of smart, interesting people convened in one location. But, unlike SxSW, Denver Startup Week is FREE! 2) You […]

Apple iOS Still Kicking Google Android’s A$$

Published on 22 June

You have an Android app. You want to increase your reach, downloads and sales. So what do you do? You simply get an iOS developer to copy your app and make it available on iOS…and Voila: You have 2x as many users! Easy, right? If you’re lucky, yes. But it usually isn’t so simple.   I’ve […]

Health and Fitness Updates Announced at WWDC

Published on 12 June

This years WorldWide Developers Conference was quite the show. Announcements included iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, Swift 2, watchOS 2, and new HealthKit metrics among others.  The mHealth community has much to look forward to as several of these software updates were specific to health apps- expected to release late summer to fall. Click […]

3 Reasons You Should Focus Your Efforts on ResearchKit

Published on 5 June

ResearchKit is an innovative and powerful  tool that’s truly influencing the global medical research community. Check out this short article that highlights a few reasons why institutions should focus their efforts on conducting medical studies. Click here to read the article 

Android Leading in Revenue

Published on 26 May

If you’ve been following any of our information here at 303 Velocity, you already know that Android leads in terms of pure market share. That is, there are more Android devices in the market, more Android apps get downloaded and users as a whole spend more time on Android than on any other platform. So […]

Sensor Tower Review

Published on 14 May

Have you checked out Sensor Tower? It’s a great way to help out with your app marketing and sales. They have some great tools to research your competition and find keywords that will work well for your apps. I’ve been using it for a few months now and, although I haven’t had a lot of […]

3 Staying Power Characteristics of iOS Top Charts Apps

Published on 25 March

We get a lot of questions about how long iPhone apps stay on the Top Charts. So we decided to dig into the data and find out if we noticed any patterns. This post will show you what we discovered and how you can use this information to position your app in such a way […]

5 Tips To Make Viral Loops Work For Your Mobile App

Published on 18 March

In the ideal app world, people download your app and enjoy it so much that they share it with others in some way, which then also download your app. And then those new users enjoy it so much that they share it with their network, who then also download your app and then… Well, you […]

Google starts reviewing apps before they reach the Play Store

Published on 18 March

Although Google has tightened app policies on the Play Store over the years, the company thinks it can do more to protect users. One way to do that is to crack down on the amount of malware and bad apps on its marketplace, so it’s begun reviewing apps before they become available to download. The […]