A blog about app User Experience, by UXCam

Important Update regarding the new App Store compliance guidelines

Update April 15: We have a compliant SDK that removes the screen recording and instead uses the schematic representation of the app to draw shapes and visualize app-behavior. Learn more here: https://uxcam.com/blog/apple-new-guidelines-compliant-ios-sdk/  There is a new article published on App Analyst, in which a mobile expert found that the Air Canada iPhone app was not properly masking sensitive data on session replays gathered by another session recording tool. In response to this finding, Apple now requires…

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2 Must-Know Ways to Use Heatmaps to Improve Mobile Apps

Users today have a large variety of options for their mobile apps. The Google app market alone has around 2.8 million apps. The Apple app store has 2.2 million. With such a competitive market, knowing your audience and how they use your app is more important than ever. 88% of online users are less likely to return to your site/app…

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UXCam Update: Flutter, Segments, Design Changes

We made numerous changes to UXCam in the month of January. Here are three of the bigger ones. You can look forward to the next weeks as well, in which we will add entirely new features! Added Support for Flutter What is Flutter? Flutter is an open-source cross-platform mobile application development tool created by Google. Flutter apps are written in…

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Skyrocket Your App With User-Focused Onboarding

At UXCam, we are helping companies to improve app user experiences on millions of devices every day. Through this journey, we came to understand: Onboarding matters. Onboarding is: The first point of contact with your new users.The process which makes your users familiar with your app.The chance to activate your users.The first impression users get from your app & brand.…

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8 Gestalt Principles to improve your app design (Infographic)

What makes an app successful? The idea? Yes! But that’s not all. The design is crucial as well. German psychologists have discovered how the human brain naturally organizes, understands, and perceives visual elements. The result is the Gestalt Principles. Implementing these Principles to your app improves the design, as well as the functionality. Take a look at the following infographic.…

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