MacRumors is reporting that Apple is requesting developers to include keywords in their app submissions. This is an attempt to improve search results for applications. Developers are reportedly allowed 255 characters for their keywords, in actuality its 100 characters. AppleInsider: “It is important to enter keywords for all applications as soon as possible so your […]
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Developers Can Now Submit Keywords to Facilitate App Store Search

MacRumors is reporting that Apple is requesting developers to include keywords in their app submissions. This is an attempt to improve search results for applications. Developers are reportedly allowed 255 characters for their keywords, in actuality its 100 characters.

AppleInsider:

“It is important to enter keywords for all applications as soon as possible so your application can continue to be successfully located on the App Store,” the update from Apple reads. “Keywords can be updated with the submission of a new binary.”

This all follows announcements from last week’s conference call in where Apple officials stated that they were working on better categorization for Apps in the store.

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