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Nice try, Microsoft!

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We have to say it, we love Windows Phone. It is probably the most intuitive mobile operating system (if you don’t believe it, try to give an Android phone, an iPhone and a WindowsPhone to Granny). The UI is super nice, we believe Microsoft really changed some trends on graphic design for small screens.

But WindowsPhone faced an important issue: the world didn’t want it. And because of that, we sadly have to say: Mobincube will stop supporting WindowsPhone soon. Anyway, we will always be its friend.

Let us explain why we’ve taken this decision…

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Mopub’s SDK issue fixed

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This is an important message to all our publishers! Please read.

As you might already know (and if not, check your Google Play developer’s console), some weeks ago all the apps built (or republished) with Mobincube after May 2015 received a warning from Google. That warning was related to a vulnerability found in Mopub’s SDK, the AD network from Twitter.

I guess you are asking: “And what does mopub have to do with my app?”

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+40 GooglePlay alternatives for publishing your Android app

When people think of Android apps, GooglePlay is the first AppStore that comes to their minds. Most of them even think that there’s only the Google’s AppStore out there. Of course, GooglePlay is the big player that will bring you most of your downloads, but the market offers a lot of alternatives for publishing your Android app. We’ve created this list for you including more than 40 of them. Depending on your apps, their language, your target audience, etc., some of them can be a great option for you.

Of course, the more places where you publish your apps, the more chances to increase your downloads. Not all of them will let you make great numbers, not even 5% of what you achieve on GooglePlay. But if you pick the most appropriate appstores for your apps, you can definitely improve your revenue.

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