Use the edge
In Lure, you're using a pretty wide circle as your map. Take advantage of the edges of these locations to help trap your enemy. Staying near edges can you help you a few different ways. One immediate one is that it can help you avoid the meteor-like circle yourself.
In short, it can save you the embarrassment. Another thing is that you fake out the enemy if you stay on the edge near the meteor. While the enemy is following you, turn and basically go in a bit of a circle around the kill zone and let the enemy run into it. This applies mostly to the first level but can work for others too.
Going near the edges just makes you feel generally safe too. Now, I'm not saying to stick with them every single time, but just know that you can do so if you want to avoid danger at certain points. It's just good to know that these borders are here for you. After being near the edge, switch it up on them and let them catch the heat.
Work on turning
In Lure, your arrow moves automatically. Your main form of navigation is to make some turns. You can do this simply by pressing down on either side of your phone screen. Tap the right side to go right, and tap the left side to go more left.
It's important to get used to this because it can seem sensitive at first. That said, once you figure out, it's a walk in the park. Just know that you can make some pretty hard turns. You can end up making a complete U-turn by accident if you aren't careful.
It also can throw you off a bit at times too since your arrow is moving autonomously. Just know how to balance on how long you hold down on the screen. Sometimes tight turns can really be helpful too when you need them. That it some ways makes the game more fun because of how fluid the movements are.
Take advantage of slow-mo
One of the cool little gameplay features about Lure is the ability to go in slow-motion. This can only be done when an enemy is getting close to you. You then essentially go into a Matrix mode which slows down time. This is something you should definitely make good use of.
It's an excellent way to dodge enemies when they creep ever so closely to your blue arrow looking self. The good thing is that you don't need to press any button. It does this for you automatically, so all you need to do is be advantageous and get the heck out of the way.
Be sure to get used to this because it does obviously change your game flow on the fly, so you'd need to adjust for at least a couple of seconds. This is a fun feature that is also very helpful. Just please don't let them get close to you on purpose just because you like slow-mo, mmkay?