The hardest part of making a free Android app is deciding what content you are going to use. Time and time again I receive emails from people wanting to make an app but they don’t know where to start. There are many ways in which you can find content that can easily be transferred into a free Android app and that is our job today, to have a little look at what content is available to use.
Use your own content for your free Android app
Copyright – Before we start I want to give you a quick warning about infringing upon someone else’s rights. It is never acceptable to use someone else’s work and take it for your own just because it is on the web. Content on the web still belongs to the person that has created it but it doesn’t mean it’s totally off limits if you request permission to use it.
You can create content from a variety of resources including:
1: Your existing website is the primary source of information for your app
2: Your blog makes a great app idea
3: Create a static page using HTML incorporating your branding
4: Creating an offline version of your website using our zip file archive template
5: Your YouTube channel is a great visual resource
6: Your Facebook fan page to keep users interested in your social media outlet
7: Photographs and images can also be used in our wallpaper app templates
8: Your company logo and branding can be incorporated on a range of our gaming templates
In order to have the right to monetize a free Android app you firstly need to hit the minimum requirements for 100 daily downloads together with an average usage ratio of 3 over the period of 7 days. We also need to stress that you will be committing fraud if you attempt to monetize a free Android app that has content that does not belong to you.