A drop-in SDK and service that lets you add native FAQs to your app. AppFaqs removes the need for app updates to change your FAQs, instead you just need to update your FAQ page on the AppFaqs site and it’s automatically updated in your app. AppFaqs currently supports iOS 8+ in Objective-C and Swift but support for Mac and Android is coming soon. Pricing is a monthly subscription based on the number of FAQ views across an unlimited number of apps. AppFaqs is also offering 50% off forever for iOS Dev Tools readers.
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