How to Achieve the Maximum Exposure for Your App?

Posted on November 22nd, 2012 by

Earlier this year Nielsen, an American global information and measurement company, released datacomparing US smartphone users’ app adoption and usage vs. last year. The report says that the average US smartphone owners now have 41 apps on their smartphones compare to 32 apps in 2011.

The Android app market has grown dramatically over the past few years and it now has over 550,000 apps.

We don’t want your app to get lost amongst the masses. Our new infographic offers you tips on how you, the Android developer, can achieve the maximum exposure for your app.
Do you have other tips to share with us?

Achieve Maximum Android App Exposure [Infographic]


1 Response to - How to Achieve the Maximum Exposure for Your App?

  1. I take issue with two parts of this advice:

    1) “Pay to be pre-loaded” – this is known as crapware and users really, really hate it. You really don’t want to have you name associated with this practice.

    2) “Make more than one app” – yes it makes your main app more visible, but it’s more things to update/support and if you don’t do a good job for most of them you’ll get a bad name.

    Frequent updates are great, if you have a lot of bugs or new features. Pointless updates just waste precious data.

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