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LaunchKit

A small collection of useful tools for app developers and designers. LaunchKit includes Review Monitor and Sales Reporter, Slack plugins that automatically posts App Store reviews and sales reports to Slack or your email. It was also recently updated to include App Websites, a tool that creates and hosts a mobile-ready, smart solution for anyone who needs to quickly launch a website for their app. The website is automatically generated from the App Store page and includes device specific tags and metadata tags for popular social networks.

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