App Store Spending Audience Targeting

Polls based on App Store Spending specific focus groups: App Store spend: $0, App Store spend: Under $10, Users who spend $10-$100 in an app store, and App Store spend: Over $100

Polls with App Store Spending-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting app store spending. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which one is more suitable to be the heroine of a Texas Hold'em game?

    This is a 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting App Store Spending (Over $100, Under $10, $10 $100), Gender (Male), and Age Range (35 44, 45 54, 25 34). A sample of responses:

    • I selected B first because I prefer brunettes to blondes, and she looks a little more realistic. C is my least favorite because something about her face looks particularly inanimate or inhuman, sort of like a doll. Both A and B look more lifelike.
    • Image B is clearer, sharper and more lifelike. A looks more sensuous. C looks a tad dull.
    • I like the brunette best
    • Blondes always get more attention
    • Option C is the best as she looks and feels the most like a woman you would see in the older western movies and shows.
  • Which text makes you MOST want to download and play a mobile 3v3 battle game?

    This is a 5 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending ($10 $100, Over $100, Under $10) and Play Mobile Games (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • It's the headline that will grab consumers, so if someone likes fight/brawl games, they won't click on Options C or D. But Option A is just perfect for a wannabe brawler and the final sentence - Winner take all - will clinch the sale!
    • C is intriguing as it is challenging me to be the best player. Good wording and like a challenge and doesn't seem to be pushing me to spend money like D with the skins they are advertising. A is fine as well and makes a good sales pitch
    • The first one is more descriptive. the second and third ones make the most sences. keep it short and sweet and to the pont.
    • D is the most interesting as there's always new content. A shares you can multi or single player, which is great. I like that you can earn things in E. Not all that excited to unlock more brawlers as most probably aren't worth bothering with. C is silly as there can obviously one be one greatest brawler of all time.
  • Which screen do you prefer?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending ($10 $100). A sample of responses:

    • I prefer these screens for the most part in terms of design and appearance
    • They all look really nice. I like C the best due to the fact you can see the back ground between the task.
    • The brown color helps delineate from the rest of the screen.
    • The no background label and this bottom wood pattern look cool. I like the icons in choice B
    • I like the clean look of Option C the best! It looks pretty and it doesn't distract at all. It's perfect.
  • Which screen do you prefer?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending ($10 $100). A sample of responses:

    • I like the human touch, especially the woman stretching first thing.
    • Prefer this stylized cartoon of the character getting out of bed as an attractive option to showcase. I enjoy it though.
    • I like the ones of the woman on the bed stretching, I think those are the two best
    • I like the more realistic looking ones and the ones with people invoke a bigger connection
    • i prefer the images with figures that shows activities
  • Which app icon do you prefer for this routine building app called Uplifting?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending (Over $100). A sample of responses:

    • My first choice is Option A because while I feel like the other two options are okay, I feel like they are too on the nose with the literal "uplifting" theme with the air ballon. Option A is unique enough to not make me think of a hot air balloon and it makes it look more mature. Option B is my second choice for that reason. While I'm not a fan of the hot air balloon designs, I think Option B is more adult looking than Option C.
    • I love the incorporations of the balloon into it especially for an app called uplifting.
    • I like B because it's stylized in an appealing way. I like the colors used and the triangular shape. It's not overly simplistic or too abstract.
    • prefer the logo
    • I like option C because it represents its goal, which is lifting something.
  • Which screen for this routine building app do you prefer?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending (Over $100). A sample of responses:

    • I think it's better to have a further view that shows more of the categories at the same time.
    • I like that on this one you can see what the next step coming up is, which you can't on the other one.
    • I prefer Option B because I like to focus on one thing at a time. With this home screen, you can focus on just the one task and it shows you how much time you have left, etc. I like that more than seeing all the other tasks and the times at the bottom in Option A.
    • I like seeing the bigger picture. To me it is helpful to see my goal in the context of more goals. Makes me feel motivated and like I have a game plan.
    • i like being able to see all the timers it feels more complete and it allows me to plan better

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