ANU #79 — New balance screen-name and Billing Address Feature

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ANU #79 — New balance screen-name and Billing Address Feature

Welcome to the AppCoins News Update, ‘ANU’ for short. This week we’re focusing on a new screen-name for your balance and a very requested feature for saving your billing address. Read on to find more!

Upcoming Release

The year just started and we are already preparing the content for our second release of 2021. In this release we will be focusing on small improvements that have a huge impact on the user experience.

Balance or My Wallets

In order for users to better understand where to find the details of their balance and wallets listings, we are applying a new A/B testing feature to the bottom nativagator. We are trying to define a better name for this screen, one that in fact is relevant to the section and that helps the user understand to what we are referring. Which do you prefer: Balance or My Wallets?

Saved Billing Address

One of the primary suggestions we’ve received from users is that your wallet saves your address after adding it to the purchase flow, in order to avoid writing it again. So after the billing address security feature was released (where we ask our users for a billing address as an extra security measure), this has been the most commonly requested improvement. And since feedback from our users is incredibly important to us, we are already developing and testing this new feature for the upcoming release. This means that the next time users are required to add their billing address for a credit card purchase, they will be able to store their payment details in order to save time in the future.

Following last month’s protocol KPIs performance, on this ANU we have collected the values from December, regarding both flows using AppCoins, IAP and User Acquisition, the number ...

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