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Try Now Tuesday: Ocean Reef Life Releases Full Android Version After Validating Platform Interest Through AppOnboard & Google Play Instant (Update)

Last September, we highlighted indie developer (Superheart Studios) on Try Now Tuesday for driving over 10,000 daily pre-registrations on Google Play upon launch. The studio was one of the first to leverage the Google Play Instant program and AppOnboard’s App Store Demos to measure user interest for a game (Ocean Reef Life) before actually building the full version!

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Try Now Thursday: Kabam Launches Its “Try Now” Experience for MARVEL Contest of Champions on the Google Play Store via AppOnboard

Kabam decided to partner with AppOnboard to create its MARVEL Contest of Champions instant app because AppOnboard’s platform is able to create instant apps that maintain gameplay quality (even 3D) in lightweight file sizes. By partnering with AppOnboard, Kabam was also able to keep its engineering teams focused on the development of the actual game.

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Try Now Tuesday: FoxNext Delivers the 3D, Cinematic Graphics of MARVEL Strike Force on the Google Play Store via App Store Demos

At the end of last month, MARVEL Strike Force, a hit Mobile Squad Based Superhero game from FoxNext, partnered with AppOnboard to enable its “Try Now” button on the Google Play Store. The game has been successful in monetizing its users and recently reached #1 on the Top Grossing chart on Google Play.

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Try Now Tuesday: Mammoth Media Invites Users to Experience Different Stories in its App Store Demo for Micro-Storytelling App, Yarn.

When Google announced its Google Play Instant program as a “faster way to try apps and games,” Mammoth Media viewed it as a way to further bring its user-first experience to its app store optimization efforts. The startup contacted AppOnboard to help enable Yarn’s “Try Now” button on the Google Play Store through AppOnboard’s new product, App Store Demos.

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