About I WANT AN ELEPHANT
I WANT AN ELEPHANT started in 2016 as a company for mobile games and applications. After discovering the mobile cosmos the focus changed to develop and to offer automation tools for other mobile developers.
I WANT AN ELEPHANT, creative app store explorers from Germany
Three guys from Stuttgart, Germany, are behind the independent development studio I WANT AN ELEPHANT. After various ideas about intelligent furniture, system gastronomy and LED gadgets, they started with creating mobile apps to learn about the mobile business, to end with creating tools for app developers and blogging about their experiences.
Roman Mnich, responsible for organization, Matthias Krause in charge of the coding and André Voltmann creative head working constantly on improving their ideas The main focus is on mobile applications, AppStore Optimization (ASO), processes and concepts behind the app universe.
Creating a mobile application is challenging. With the target audience in mind, the pure coding and layout requires some time, while the marketing andpromotion for an app is the biggest challenge. “You can create and release the best app ever, but very likely – no one will ever notice it”, Roman Mnich explains.
„You need a good app concept, perfect usability, a release plan, best case a community, the right keywords, press kits and good localized descriptions to name a few things “, André Voltmann notes and Matthias Krause adds “…and this has to be an active constantly improved and maintained process”.
Currently the team has three mobile games published on the App Stores. Antroad, kind of memory, puzzle and skill game with nice hand drawn graphics is available since November 2015. The casual puzzle game Fallin’s released sas in June 2016. Finally, Christmas is Coming’s presenteation was on Christmas 2016.
During the last two years, they started to build ASO tools for app developers.
The offerings around automating and supporting ASO and app publishing are constantly enhanced and more modules will follow shortly. Subscribe to the I WANT AN ELEPHANT newsletter to stay up to date or follow on the social channels or read about new ideas in the I WANT AN ELEPHANT blog.