As part of our suggested marketing strategy, we have recommended that you get involved in Android app reviews. We believe that it is an important step to review other apps, and to build yourself a loyal fan-base of followers that trust your opinion. We also believe that you will learn more about what others think of your app if you submit your app to an Android app review site.
We love the fact that you have created an Android app with our free-to-use Android app templates. You may think that your app is the best app in the world. However, you may be missing something important, and the only way you will ever find out is by reading honest, unbiased opinions. A great way to let a lot of new people know about your app is to have it reviewed by someone with an apps review blog. There are a number of great app review sites. Here are some that we particularly like (in no particular order):
1. AppBoy Blog – Reviews mainly utilities, but also reviews games.
2. Android Tapp – Reviews all kinds of different apps for Android and for iPhone.3. AppBrain – Reviews all types of Android apps.
3. MobileAppDaily – Get your mobile app and software reviewed on a globally renowned platform.
4. AppBrain – Reviews all types of Android apps.
5. Lifehacker – Create an account to log in and “send a tip” if your app is a life-hack.
6. AndroidAuthority – Updates all the information you will ever need on new Android apps.
7. iKid Apps – Reviews games for kids.
8. Best Kids Apps – Is another reviewer of apps for toddlers and little kids.
9. AppMobo – Reviews all apps, from Android to Windows and iOS.
How to get an app blogger to review your app
1. Read their blog to see if your app is the type the app blogger would review.
2. Read through the site to make sure they haven’t reviewed your app yet. If they have, thank them.
3. Check to make sure that they don’t have a business relationship with your competition.
4. Look for contact details on the site, and follow their contact instructions.
5. In emails, be friendly and polite.
6. Represent yourself honestly. An app creator shouldn’t pose as a disinterested user.
7. If the reviewer says no, thank them for their time and ask them to keep the app in mind for the future. Don’t take it personally.
After a blogger reviews your app, thank them and let them know how many downloads you received after their post.