What is application software? Application software is a program or group of programs designed for end-users. These programs are divided into two classes: system software and application software. While system software consists of low-level programs that interact with computers at a basic level, application software resides above system software and includes database programs, word processors, spreadsheets, etc. Application software may be grouped along with system software or published alone. Application software may simply be referred to as an application.
The below list of application software products with positive words is divided into two main categories:
Positive Words Apps developed by Positive Words Research;
Positive Words Apps developed by others.
1. Positive Words Apps developed by Positive Words Research
Positive Words Research is developing application programs with positive words. We have a lot of ideas and projects under construction. Here is what we managed to develop until now:
Positive Words Researcher App
Positive Words Researcher is an online free application that is analyzing your text in terms of positive words. The text length to be analyzed is unlimited. For example, you can analyze an entire book with this application. The application helps you with three things:
Extracts the positive words found in your text;
Computes some simple analytical indicators (counting the positive words, calculating the percentage of text positivity);
Gives to you the list of positive words not found in your text. The application has a database of positive words, compares your text with this database and exports the positive words not found in your text, as a list in alphabetical order.
“Positive Words Research” iOS App
Positive Words Research is an iOS app. The app is free and can be downloaded now from the Apple App Store. Our entire website PositiveWordsResearch.com was included in this iOS app.
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We received a lot of requests to download pictures with positive words so we decided to gather all the pictures that we made with positive words and post it in a single article. Click on each picture to make it larger. Save it on your computer. Use the picture at your convenience. If you need a picture with a certain word, comment below or contact us and we will either post the picture or send it to you.
You’re developing a mobile app and you’re sure it will be successful. But what’s the most effective way to tell the world about it? Let’s assume that you still have a month or two before launch. How can you create the most demand and excitement around your app’s release? How can you increase downloads with Mobile App Promotional Videos?
You could focus your efforts on your app’s website, or spread the word on social media. But even the best website copy and the most amazing tweets can’t build up demand and get people excited as much as a great promotional video can.
Promotional videos convey emotions better than any other type of content. A great promo video generates hype and gives your potential users — and the press — something to talk about even before your product appears on the market.
But video is important for more than just pre-release hype. A promotional video on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store can significantly increase downloads. According to experimentsby SplitMetrics, which took into account data from over 10 million users, video previews can increase conversion rates for mobile app downloads from 16 to 110 percent.
I don’t know anybody who’s against promotional videos out of principal. But I know a lot of people who won’t shoot a video because it’s too hard, too expensive, too time-consuming, or simply because they don’t have a good camera.
These are not good excuses. In reality, creating a promo video isn’t nearly as hard as it seems. Plus, there are lots of great examples you can look to for inspiration.
We’ll highlight some great app promotional videos. But before we do that, let’s take a look at Apple’s and Google’s rules for short video previews in their respective app stores.
[App Video Preview on Apple’s App Store. Image source: Hetzel.net]
Google Play’s and Apple App Store’s app preview rules
All promotional videos featured in the Google Play store must be uploaded to YouTube and then linked to in the Play store.
Apple’s App Store requires you to upload a video directly. Additionally, all App Store promotional videos must be approved by Apple. It takes around 24 hours for a video to be accepted (or rejected).
Google Play is clearly the winner when it comes to app localization. The play store can automatically show subtitles in any language you support. You can even create a completely different promo video for every country your app is marketed in without any hassle.
Apple’s App Store allows you to use only one language. This means that it’s especially important on the App Store to visually demonstrate your app’s functionality.
Google Play allows you to feature a video of any style that’s between 30 seconds and 2 minutes in length. The App Store, on the other hand, limits your creativity, allowing you to only show screen capture videos between 15 to 30 seconds in length. You can read more about app video preview rules here.
Now we’ll talk about two types of video that can increase conversions on your app store product pages — screen capture and live action.
Screen capture videos — or as I like to say, “how to use it” videos — are the simplest style of promotional videos you can produce. As we’ve just mentioned, this is also the only style of video that the App Store accepts.
All you need to make a screen capture video is a screen recording app for your iOS or Android device. Apple recommends its QuickTime Player as a video recorder. But you can also check out AirServer for both iOS and Android, or Rec., AZ Screen Recorder, and Ilos screen recorder for Android.
When you record a video, make sure you do it in landscape orientation. Otherwise, you’ll end up with a lot of blank space on the sides of your video. Awkward.
When your recording is done, you can add music and a voiceover that explains the app’s functionality. You can find a voice that fits the style of your brand on gigi marketplaces like Fiverr, where prices — as the name suggests — start at just five bucks.
Here’s an example of Mint Bill’s (iOS) screen capture promo video:
While a screen capture video can easily explain your app’s functionality and is simple to create, it lacks emotion. If you really want to get people to spread the word about your app, you need to tell a story. Thankfully you can do that on Google Play using a live action video.
Live Action to Increase Downloads
Even though live-action videos can only be featured on Google’s Play Store, a great video on YouTube can drive app downloads in both stores.
Showing a real-life situation in your video is more effective than showing a device’s screen because you can illustrate not only how the app works, but also tell the story of the idea behind the app.
Stories give your product personality while also convincing people that you know what you’re doing. If well-produced, a live-action video can be a major channel for attracting users.
In a live-action video, the app is typically a “hero” that gives people superpowers in real-world scenarios. But you can be more creative than that.
The promotional video for Todoist on Google Play doesn’t focus on the app’s functionality at all. Instead, they tell a story about the lives of different people using Todoist to achieve their daily goals. Todoist managed to convey their brand’s value by evoking emotions rather than describing how their app works.
Promotional videos like Todoist’s make your company memorable.
While the style of video that Todoist created may cost a fortune, there are many cheaper ways to create a live action video.
The video we created for Yalantis’s My Day Countdown Timer app mixes screen-captured footage from the app with live action shots incorporating music, voiceovers, and touchspot animations to showcase the app’s features.
Producing this video didn’t cost much, but we brilliantly described a real-life situation that appeals to the app’s target audience — young girls. We also added an element of surprise for viewers to remember and talk about.
Producing a video is like producing any other type of content — it requires talent and effort. Here are a few tips for you to make an effective video for the App Store and the Google Play Store.
How to make promotional videos that increase downloads of your app:
Keep your video short. Remember that an app preview is more of a teaser than a tutorial
Be user-centric. Anticipate possible questions and concerns and respond to them in the video
Show the app in action. Pick out one use case and explain how your app takes a user from point A to point B.
Show the problem that your app solves. Sometimes it’s great to highlight how complicated life is without your app.
Stress the app’s benefits and show what makes your app different
Don’t overcomplicate your video. A video should convey one clear message to its target audience.
Be creative. Even the simplest video that explains how your app works can go viral if you’re creative.
Include a call to action at the end of the video.
Kate Abrosimova, Content Marketing Director at Yalantis (mobile application development company).
Kate loves building brands and writing about mobile technology, product development, and marketing.
Please find below a list of books with positive words that we found researching the internet. Feel free to add any missing book that you know and is related to positive words. Insert a comment to this post and add the book that you know. We will also insert comments to this list, adding more books with positive words once we discover them.
Positive Words, Powerful Results: Simple Ways to Honor, Affirm, and Celebrate LifePaperback– June 2, 2004 by Hal Urban
Stopping Words That Hurt: Positive Words in a World Gone Negative – Jul 1, 2013 by Dr. Michael D. Sedler
Positive Words: Tap In To Your Powerful Vocabulary and Harness the Power of Positive Thinking (Positive Words, Power Of Positive Thinking, Positive Attitude, The Power Of Positive Thinking) by Christopher Michaels
Positive Thinking: Positivity – A Step Beyond Positive Thinking; & Kiss Negative Self-Talk Goodbye: Embrace The Power of Positive Thinking (Positivity, … in pain, Positivity in pain Book 3) by Positive People Professional Group
Positive Word Scrambles (Fun Positive Visualization): Relax & Enjoy Unscrambling Letters to Form Positive WordsPaperback– October 22, 2011 by Chris McMullen
Positive Thinking: 7 Secret Words That Unlock Happiness (Positive Thinking, Positive Psychology, Positive Affirmations, Positive Self Help Books, Positive Thoughts, Self Help for Women Book 1)Kindle Edition by PJ Wilder
Magic Sparkles of Happiness: Spiritual Guide for Feeling HappinessKindle Edition by Elena D. Calin
Positive Affirmation Quotes Adult Coloring BookPaperback– Large Print, April 7, 2016 by Coloring Books for Adults
Inspirational Positive Affirmations Adult Coloring Book: Nurturing and Loving Words to Feed Your SoulPaperback– April 16, 2016
by Kelly Dombrowski
Beautiful Words: Volume 1 – Intricate Color: The Coloring Book of Powerful, Positive WordsPaperback– September 5, 2015 by Patrick Toerner
Positive Words: Adult Coloring BookPaperback– March 25, 2016 by Mary Ellen Lee
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My name is Elena Calin and I am the person behind Positive Words Research. My biggest dream is to include the study of positive words in the educational systems of every country. I started with the internet, making this blog which becomes successful because in 2014 it had 1 million views and only in 2015 it has more than 1.3 million views. I am currently working on the following projects:
Creating an online application that will analyze text (articles, books) and will output positive words that are found in the text and the list of positive words that are not found in the text (for inspiration);
Releasing very soon an eBook called Positive Words That Will Enrich Your Soul;
Working on splitting the list of positive words into categories and also rating the positive words base on their intensity;
Contact me and I will guide you to download the positive words data database in excel and pdf.