Question on listing an app in Featured Apps list at Android Market?

by Nmix » Sun, 15 Mar 2009 04:10:38 GMT


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 This seems to be entirely at the discretion of the folks at Android
Market.  My experience is that they requested info from us (at their
initiative) when they decided they *may* feature one of our apps.
They do not promise.  The reason given for the selection was the app's
high ranking within its category.  In other words, if your app
achieves some level of user acceptance, they may contact you.  There
may very well be other avenues to get your app featured, but if these
exist I am unaware of them.



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