You’ve launched a mobile app. You’re waiting for your download numbers to skyrocket. But what if your beautiful baby gets lost in the sea of newly published apps? How do you attract attention to your application without spending big bucks in the process? Check out the following fabulous resources for mobile app developers to discover delightful download-driving options where you can promote your app for free.
Although it is meant for startups, developers can submit their apps to StartupLi.st too. Whether you have a new iOS, Android, or Mac application, you can post your product for free. Frequented by early adopters and angel investors on the hunt for the next big thing, you can get your product in front of an influential tech crowd without emptying your pockets in the process.
With over 7000 followers on their Twitter feed, Launching Next is another excellent tool for app developers on the hunt for increased downloads. Submit your app’s URL, details about your product, and screenshots to entice users to your site. For just a few minutes of your time, you can get your application in front of early adopters searching for new tools and tidbits to try.
Although you might think of Growth Hackers as a site for marketing professionals, their network is filled with early adopters and tech geeks searching for cool tools. If your app appeals to business users seeking to simplify their schedules, consider posting your app for free on Growth Hackers. Be prepared to defend your application and participate in feedback discussions. You might even discover new features you can incorporate into your next version thanks to the helpful feedback you’ll receive from the GH crowd. With an audience of over 129,000 on Twitter, you might be surprised by the number of downloads the Growth Hacker community will send your way.
Launching an app on Google Play or in the iTunes store is only the first step. You can’t submit an application and then just sit back and wait for the rave reviews to roll in. The development process was the easy part. Your toughest battle is going to be driving downloads on an ongoing basis. If you want to capitalize on the newly launched cache, it is imperative you do everything you can to promote your product in a variety of places.
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