Welcome to the AppCoins News Update, ‘ANU’ for short. This week we’re focusing on improving the currency information display and on new screen alterations.
In the last couple of weeks, the team has been working with one goal: the continuous improvement of the upcoming release of the AppCoins Wallet. With this in mind, we’ve finished some minor improvements and are currently getting them ready for the testing phase of the upcoming release.
This time we made a new alteration regarding how we display the transactions currency list by highlighting the currency in which the payment was made.
Suppose a user is in Europe and makes a payment using a different currency (dollars) than the one corresponding to their set location. In that case, this currency will also be displayed. Users will be able to see the transaction value in APPC, in their local currency (approximate value), and the payment currency, as you can see in the image below.
We are also running some experiments regarding the Top Up flow to understand how the screen design is affecting how users interact with it. So we started an a/b testing experiment to find the perfect value that should be shown as default and see if that affects the feature’s usability.
We also focused on improving our bottom navigation and the base architecture of the AppCoins Wallet. We already have the base component for the bottom navigation menu all set up, the new refreshed UI, and the improved architecture defined.
The next steps include setting up the first feature following this new architecture: the Promotions feature/screen.
As always, you’re invited to follow our work regarding all of the products we’re working on:
At the time of writing, the current market cap is close to $22,365,352USD, with $418,342 USD in volume in the last 24 hours across these exchanges: Binance (96.60%) and Huobi (3.40%).
Since the last ANU, APPC value has witnessed a high of $0.14 USD on May 19th, and a low of $0.05 USD on May 23rd. You can see more info about APPC markets at Coinmarketcap.
Name: Guilherme Rodrigues
Role: Junior Backend Developer
Bio: Guilherme always loved technology. He has a degree in computer science and is currently enrolled in a computer engineer Masters.
At Aptoide, he’s responsible for maintaining and developing new features to improve Web Scraping-based tools (gathering metadata/information, wide discovery system, etc), APIs, and their services.
During his spare time, he enjoys running and bodyboard.
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