AppsGeyser has a huge range of online Android app templates, serving a variety of different styles from online content, to media, visual and of course, games. What do we really know about Android app games? Are app games the key to app success or are they just a two minute wonder? In today’s post I am going to take a closer look at the Android app gaming industry.
Create Android app games
Android app games are popular due to their ease of creation, but do they have the power to help you become a successful app developer?
The answer is yes.
Android app games are addictive because the games are short and simple. An app user is not required to spend hours on a game to fully complete the game. They can spend an odd minute here and there trying to reach a higher score. The addictiveness of achieving a high score is what will make the app user return time and time again. The more people return to the app, the higher the app will rank in an app search, which will assist your app in being found in an organic search.
The key to Android app success is to maintain usage, and increase returning visitors. These two rules will ensure your rankings improve, and will bring you more users. Perfect.
I want to show you a quick example of how a simple game can become a huge hit. Piano Tiles was initially launched back in the summer of 2014, and has recently seen the launch of its’ sequel, Piano Tiles 2. The simplicity of this game has shown that intricate visuals and top of the range technology is not required for app success. What is required is ease of use and the ability to grab the attention of the app user. Piano tiles was awarded Best Game of 2015 by GooglePlay in 13 countries, and the sequel has already claimed top download spots in over 100 countries.
Since it was released, Piano Tiles 2 has been updated literally on a weekly basis, and this is due to the constant analysis of the user behavior. The developers are acting upon each and every statistic they have.
Updating apps frequently is a strong step in app store optimization techniques, because it keeps the app relevant and alive in the eyes of the user. It is impossible to not notice the flagged notifications, as they happen so frequently.
Remember, keeping an app undated is the first key tip for app success. The second key is learning to retain users. Frequent updating and listening to user needs will help maintain user loyalty. Users that feel and see that their needs are being met and acknowledged will remain loyal.
Is it time for you to create your first Android app game?