Updated: May 8th, 2012
Amazon App Store
Everyone should know about this app market, It has its pros/cons. Many people use it only for the free app of the day and nothing else. My Cable Color Coder app does well due to a lack of competition, but my free app downloads are low. I continue to have sales, but nothing compared to Google.
First year free/ $100/yr after that. 70/30 revenue split. min payout?
“Appslib is present on over 2 million Android tablets from a range of Manufacturers including Archos, Arnova, Coby and Naxa among many others.”
“Preinstalled on these tablets, Appslib is the first stop for users of these brands to download apps.”
It is also an easy way to get your apps tested on numerous tablets. When I uploaded Ultimate Pinout it was visible on all most all of the devices, however my paid version Ultimate Pinout Pro was not visible on any tablets. Time will tell if this is some sort of approval process or some sort of anti-paid apps thing on these devices.
No registration fees, 70%/30% revenue share for paid apps and money is transfered via paypal.
Update: This site has been horrible for my apps, after months I might have totaled 50 downloads of free apps and no sales of paid apps. Despite the number of tablets they claim to have, they don’t seem to have users.
A long process to sign up and the payouts are confusing at best, we will see how it goes.
70/30ish split maybe? dependent on how customer pays and how you withdraw. Paypal/bank withdrawls
UPDATE: This has so far been the best market outside of Google, to include Amazon, for me and my apps. I have had over 1000 apps downloaded in a couple months, which is way better than Amazon App Store, but still nowhere near Google Play Market.
My free aps were already listed on the site. I haven’t tried to add paid apps. anyone else use them?
Note: If you have any alternatives, comments, results, etc. please comment below and let us know.