The time has come for you to distribute your Android app. The past few lessons have taught us how to download your APK from AppsGeyser and other ways in which your app can be distributed. Many of you have stated that they would like to know more about different app stores that they can distribute their app to. Today we are going to show you a direct comparison chart to highlight the pros and the cons of using each app store. it is important that you understand that although Google play is the most popular app store for Android apps, it is not the only place in which you can distribute your Android app.
You have come to the end of the creation path and are now deciding what to do with your app. This decision could be one that will make or break your app making career. An app that is not installed is an app that will fail. Which of the Android app stores is most suitable for your app? Well, this is not a question that we can answer because each app is unique to their audience. What we can tell you is that from experience it is always preferred that you upload your app to more than one store to increase your chances of success. The more app stores that your app is present in, the more opportunities you are providing your app with to be seen and downloaded.
There are many app stores available, some for free, some that are very costly, we discussed five of these stores in a previous post. The chart below will help you understand the pros and cons of the top five android app stores side by side. Good luck in the choices that you make for when you distribute your Android app
- Distribute your Android app to alternative app stores – comparison chart