App Store Pages Now Able to Feature Up to 10 Screenshots

Apple this morning informed developers that they're now able to offer up to 10 screenshots in their App Store product pages for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV apps, allowing them to show customers more of an app's experience.

In the App Store, each app has its own product page that offers up a description and images to explain its function or gameplay.


Previously, app developers were limited to a total of five screenshots plus up to three 30-second preview videos for demonstrative purposes, which is increasing to 10 images plus videos.

For apps that run on multiple devices, developers will be able to provide 10 tailored screenshots for each device.

For customers, the expanded screenshot limit means developers will be able to offer a clearer, more expansive picture of what an app is capable of, providing a better idea of an app's feature set ahead of purchase.



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13 weeks ago
I bet an intern had to change one line of code to achieve this feat
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13 weeks ago

I hate Apple's new model of releasing features randomly along the way. Why can't they just implement these things up front?


A find balance between simplicity, competition, bugs and deadlines.

Only Apple knows how Apple works internally.
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13 weeks ago
True progress right there. Can't wait for them to turn it up to 11!
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13 weeks ago

Going out on a limb here, but I also guessing you judge books by their cover?


Indeed i do but since i dont read its movie posters in my case haha
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13 weeks ago
Personally if the App icon already looks like crap or cheap i dont even bother to look any further
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13 weeks ago

Personally if the App icon already looks like crap or cheap i dont even bother to look any further


Going out on a limb here, but I also guessing you judge books by their cover?
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