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About the Episode
Are you looking for an affordable way to get your app noticed? Well today’s guest built an app discovery site that has over 6 million unique visitors and he shares how developers can get your app reviewed and analyzed by his mobile experts. Also, listen to the story of how he compares building a company today to when he started back in the 90’s.
Getting Your Apps Reviewed and Analyzed by Experts
AppsZoom has a list of services that developers can utilize and are experts in two areas — app reviews and promotions. They have skilled teams who do app reviews to give developers professional feedback on their apps and they can handle everything which is related to promotional publication
In line with their review packages, one of their editors will do an in-depth, honest review of your app and will give you feedback on aspects such as the layout, your app’s general performance once it is on the device, your competitors in your chosen space, your strong points and the opportunities you need to work on to name a few. After the process, your app gets promoted in the site along with the review. They also serve as a consultancy firm for more ambitious projects.
Building a CompanyToday versus in the 90s
Albert shares that it is easier to build a company now comparing to the late 90s mainly because of state-of-the-art technology that we have now, the cost we need to come up are lower, and the proficiency and skills of the workers are higher and easier to find. Back then, you only have a pool of people to tap and it was challenging to look for people to work on apps.
What advice would you give to anyone looking to build a mobile app?
Look for professionals and understand that you don’t have all the answers.