AppBrain launches Apptimizer to help developers optimize apps for Google Play
AppBrain is kicking off yet another developer tool for Android coders looking to gain some app exposure. It’s called Apptimizer and, as the name suggests, it helps developers optimize their apps for listing in Google Play store. In a nutshell, each app can get an Apptimizer score with the higher scores being more optimized.
AppBrain’s tools looks at a number of factors, including details such as APK file size, supported screen sizes, monetization, reviews and feedback, privacy and more. In terms of optimization, AppBrain will provide you with search keywords to help rate higher than others with similar descriptions and apps. Taken as individual pieces and parts, you’ll see how your app fares against others, and receive tips on how to optimize.
Some example apps that can be diagnosed are for instance
- Facebook (Apptimizer score 68)
- Youtube (Apptimizer score 81)
- Draw Something (Apptimizer score 86)
- Angry Birds (Apptimizer score 87)
Read more about Apptimizer at Appbrain.
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